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The week's highlights include intelligent impressions on Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Call Of Duty Warzone, and Nioh 2, as well as great writing on pixel pets, bullet painting in GTA V, Kabaddi, dev crunch, and lots more.


The latest highlights include looks at games including Not For Broadcast & The Longing, as well as a pretty odd video about Kirby, the history of Iran's game biz, the history of Dropmix, secrets in games, and tonnes more besides. 


The latest highlights include a crazy Dark Souls speedrunning exploit, Cyberpunk 2077 from a couple of different angles, and the lovely looking new title Luna The Shadow Dust, among a whole heap of other links.


Posted by Simon Carless on Wed, 26 Feb 2020 06:41:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Design, Production, Console/PC, Indie
So, we're back with a behind-the-scenes analysis of another Steam game's sales. Many thanks to Ryan Sumo for allowing us to check out lifetime revenues for Squeaky Wheel's Academia: School Simulator.


The latest highlights include a raft of new games to look at, from World Of Horror through Lair Of The Clockwork God to Hunt: Showdown and beyond, as well as some great history pieces, looks at voxels and Apple Arcade, and an investigative piece on GameSt


Posted by Simon Carless on Mon, 17 Feb 2020 08:54:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Design, Production, Console/PC
Turns out that I’m accumulating enough interesting & relevant game discoverability tidbits to do a monthly update - ‘here’s some fun stuff I found on the Internet, and my comments on them’.


The latest highlights include the politics in games discussion re-ignited by Tim Sweeney's DICE comments, the full launch of Media Molecule's Dreams, a look at new games like Wide Ocean Big Jacket, & more besides.


The latest highlights include a look at the innovative title The Pedestrian, the people still composing music in Mario Paint, the odd 'dead MMO' setting of PAGAN: Autogeny, and lots more besides, from streaming legality to Valentine's Day gaming for coupl


Right now, my kid is a little bit obsessed with the kids book Dragons Love Tacos. I thought it might be an excellent starting point to examine why some things break out - and how you can stand out better with your game.


The latest highlights include a look at the much-awaited Kentucky Route Zero ending chapter, the debuts of games including Journey To The Savage Planet and SpellTower+, and the upcoming game dev-themed TV show from the 'Always Sunny' crew.


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