Making games for everyone is a swell idea, but that doesn't mean it's practical.
Shamus Young attempts to make the game industry less dysfunctional by arguing with a rhetorical wall and hoping things change for the better.
If you're planning on making a videogame, just make sure it doesn't have the word 'edge' in its title. Or any iterations thereof. In fact, just don't include it at all.
The PS3 started off with a bang, but is fast becoming a whimper.
A lament for the last indie powerhouse becoming another cog in the machine.
Instead of incorporating games into exercise, how about incorporating exercise into games?
Nintendo's demo mode is a bad idea that perpetuates the problem they're trying to solve. But at least they patented it!
Why we need more motherf***ing Wii games and cuddly PS3 games.
You know that stuff that E3 got you psyched about? It's gonna suck.
If the industry did away with E3 entirely, everyone would be much better off.
Here's a sure-fire recipe for creating a WoW-killer.
Have developers forgotten the purpose of a demo?
Shouldn't we all just get over the graphics thing, already?
Don't hate the griefer, hate the game.
A wishlist for building the perfect game review site.
Gamers are slowly realizing what tabletop enthusiasts realized decades ago: There are all kinds of players with wildly different preferences, and there's no one experience that can hope to please them all.