Despite my ever growing cynicism about the state of games- indies pull through to give me hope.
Despite a miserable year for moviegoers, I managed to pull together a list of my 10 favourite movies from this year, I hope you enjoy!
Apple has announced the release date and price for their mobile game subscription service Apple Arcade at their keynote today. Apple Arcade will be launching in over 150 countries (including Canada!) on September 19th, 2019 for a monthly fee of $4.99 USD ($5.99 CAD) a month. If you're on the fence Apple is offering a... Continue Reading →
I had the absolute pleasure of attending my second Gamescom last week in Cologne, Germany. Gamescom is the biggest gaming convention in the world, with over 350,000 attendees from 80+ countries. Business folks, developers, press and fans flood the Koelnmesse convention center to make publishing deals, cover the big announcements and play unreleased games. https://twitter.com/StephanReilly/status/1165351591836311552?s=20... Continue Reading →
Indie developer Alec Holowka, who worked on several famous indie games like Night in the Woods and TowerFall Ascension, has been accused of sexual assault. The accusation comes from award winning indie developer and activist Zoë Quinn, who wrote about the alleged sexual assault on Twitter. https://twitter.com/UnburntWitch/status/1166212005629325313?s=20 Quinn says that Holowka sexually assaulted her multiple... Continue Reading →
As with most of the designers I talk to on this site, I first discovered Riv Hester through Twitter. More specifically, through a gif of his gnarly game Pepper Grinder which was retweeted onto my timeline (I forget by who, but clearly someone with good taste). Described on the game's site as "an action platformer... Continue Reading →