Zero Time Dilemma Set for PS4 Release Later this Year

The final entry in Zero Escape trilogy is set to release on PS4 later this year in North America. Zero Time Dilemma, along with its predecessors Virtue’s Last Reward and 999 lived primarily on handheld consoles, and developed a significant cult following. The first two games in the trilogy were also released on PS4 asContinue reading “Zero Time Dilemma Set for PS4 Release Later this Year”

Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma to be Revealed at GDC in March

Kotaro Uchikoshi has announced via Facebook that Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma will be showcased during the Game Developers Conference in mid-March. Zero Time Dilemma is the final installment in the Zero Escape series, a trilogy of visual novels with a twist. Facing life-and-death situations, the games’ characters must solve complex puzzles in order to survive and theContinue reading “Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma to be Revealed at GDC in March”

Games Need to be Fun: How Gaming is Evolving as an Art Form

Many people balk at Nintendo’s strategy of bringing family fun into the living room, and with gaming as an “art form” becoming more and more prevalent, the divide between the two philosophies have drifted further and further apart, to the point that Nintendo isn’t even considered a contender against Microsoft and Sony’s consoles, who putContinue reading “Games Need to be Fun: How Gaming is Evolving as an Art Form”