In the gaming world there is a definite movement towards crowdfunding. With crowdfunding comes development freedom at the cost of larger development teams, vast marketing budgets, and larger representation at conference. The bright side is that game developers have the freedom to make games for players instead of making games for shareholders.
Gamescom is a show filled with new frontiers. Rows of screens open up portals to unexplored worlds as players step into futuristic cities, frozen wastelands, and historic warfare.
With its already massive player base, Korean publisher NCSoft has now developed their own take on the trend with Master x Master. Developed by team Bloodlust, it brings together elements of various genres and melds them with a host of familiar faces.
Attack on Titan is a colossal phenomenon in the world of manga and anime. The show’s gigantic human aberrations, visceral action, and intensity has secured a loyal following across the globe and proves massively popular at comic book conventions.
It seems somewhat impressive that the citizens of Tyria have managed to stave off devastation from so many avenues and for quite so long. After felling two dragons, cutting down Scarlet, bringing down a god, and facing off against Palawa Joko, things take a turn for the worse as we learn that our actions have far-reaching consequences and the looming branded Storm finally descends upon Tyria.
If you have never had the joy of playing a BioWare RPG (role-playing game), it’s time to change that. Dragon Age: Inquisition (DA:I) will transport you to the world of Thedas and immerse you in a gaming experience full of fascinating people, gorgeous vistas and dangerous monsters.
Dropzone is something of an anomaly. The first title from Sparkypants Studio is best described as a Real-Time Strategy game that borrows elements of the popular Multiplayer Online Battle Arena genre.
In what has become the most successful Kickstarter in the gaming history, Ashes of Creation brought in 3.2 million dollars in crowdfunding for its MMORPG in development by self made millionaire Steven Sharif.
Get ready to grab a keg or two, strum a lute and sing for all you’re worth, Dragon Bash is back in Guild Wars 2 and we got a head start on the revelry here at Gaiscioch.
The team at Creative Assembly brought a glimpse of the latest incarnation of Total War to EGX Rezzed recently and Gaiscioch were lucky enough to enter the fray with this monster.