I'm a freelance writer who regularly writes about technology, and particularly, latest trends and innovations in consumer gadgets and entertainment.
While it might sound like an oxymoron, some independent studios are now major players in the video game scene.
In the years of old, PC was a go-to system if you were serious about video gaming. In the recent years, it's throne seems to be slipping away, as more and more platforms and gadgets fight for their piece of the pie.
The gaming industry is flooded with user-unfriendly practices lately. How far those practices go are up to the consumer. At the moment, things aren't looking optimistic.
2016 was supposed to be mobile VR gaming's breakout year, but it didn't work out that way. Meanwhile, mobile AR gaming had an unexpected success in the form of "Pokémon Go," which broke every app record going. So where does that leave these two rivals?