Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015

2015 has been absolutely incredible for AAA games and indie games alike.  The gaming community have been completely overwhelmed and backlogged with the rapid-fire succession of new game releases.  It is certainly an amazing time to be a gamer.  Geoff Keighley’s The Game Awards 2015 is a celebration, a reflection, and a look into theContinue reading “Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015”

Check Out The New Trailer for Where The Water Tastes Like Wine

During The Game Awards 2015 pre-show, an exciting new teaser trailer for Where The Water Tastes Like Wine, the first title from Dim Bulb Games, was revealed.  Dim Bulb is a new studio founded by Johnnemann Nordhagen, formerly of The Fullbright Company.  With a unique art style and somber, galloping soundtrack, this game looks absolutely gorgeous!Continue reading “Check Out The New Trailer for Where The Water Tastes Like Wine”

Quantum Break to Reveal New Gameplay Footage

Quantum Break, the upcoming highly ambitious new Xbox One-exclusive title from Remedy Entertainment will debut new gameplay footage at this year’s Game Awards, which will take place on December 3rd.  Known for their episodic storytelling in games like Max Payne and Alan Wake, Remedy’s Quantum Break is a fascinating blend of action-shooter and television show.Continue reading “Quantum Break to Reveal New Gameplay Footage”

Game Awards 2015 Nominees are without Shame

It’s that time of year again, when we see what people think are games of the year, and this year’s nominees came as no surprise to me. The Game of the Year nominees are Bloodbourne, Fallout 4, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, Super Mario Maker, and Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Nominated games hadContinue reading “Game Awards 2015 Nominees are without Shame”