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Posted by Simon Carless on 02/22/20 07:49:00 pm in Console/PC
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 Jeremy Alessi on 02/21/20 10:05:00 am in Console/PC
In episode 25 Jeremy sits down with Andrew, Nathan, Joseph, and newcomer Josh to discuss each of their current game dev ambitions and captures the complete essence of any good PixelFest Devs' meetup. BTW, .kkrieger (created by .theprodukkt)

Posted by Ruben Torres Bonet on 02/18/20 10:10:00 am in Console/PC
Here's a question for those of you who develop for Oculus VR... How much do you really know about the Oculus CPU and GPU hardware levels? Let's see what these hardware levels are doing to your game.

Posted by Simon Carless on 02/17/20 08:54:00 pm in 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’.

Posted by Simon Carless on 02/15/20 04:00:00 pm in Console/PC
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.

Posted by Junxue Li on 02/13/20 10:53:00 am in Console/PC
This article is a realtime report about how China's ongoing coronavirus epidemic impacts the video game industry, the writer me lives in the epidemic area.