Not only were we able to get lead animator at Runic Games Matt Lefferts to talk with us about the recently announced title Hob, but we did it at the studio’s office. Here we chat with Lefferts about PAX, Hob, and the many adventures a mid-tier indie studio tackles in game development. It’s a great
The original Homefront came out in 2011 to mixed, but ultimately negative reviews. There was a lot of substance and a plot that had legs, but with a multiplayer that didn’t have much distinction and a campaign that was just far too short to turn a cheek, the title was shelved to the potential category.
I’ve often said that when a game comes out, provided it’s not a sequel or some series, I commend the attempts at trying to switch things up. Just like editorial coverage, what can be most compelling to your audience is covering a subject that almost no one else has or covering something familiar in a
Chip and Ryan talk with Blizzard about Heathstone, including its upcoming iPad release.
Chip chats with John from John’s Arcade about the ACAM Exhibit from Funspot at PAX East 2014.
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