We ghostwrite the Kaplan’s vacation story, but for a fulfilling ending to their summer or our own game experience?
Tiny Brains experiments with cooperation in numbers, but its thesis doesn’t hold up well when going it alone.
This is it! The 50th Anniversary Special!
Father, Husband, Marine, Air Traffic Controller, and Game Creator
Walking into the Bethesda booth this year at the Seattle PAX, you very quickly understand that Bethesda is fully and truly a publisher. A majority of the games that were being displayed at the show (Brink, Hunted, Rage and Fallout: New Vegas) were not being developed by Bethesda itself, and instead were in the works […]
With the Penny Arcade Expo wrapped up just yesterday (Sunday) and the Sidequesting crew (Yaniv) back in its man-cave, its time to give away some PAX SHWAG! Increasingly over the past few years, download codes have gotten to be a more popular piece of SHWAG, and this year is no exception. For this giveaway, we’re […]
In this episode: Singularity, Ryan Gan gets a job, John Parie joins the crew, and Timeless Video Game Visuals.
Singularity has everything that a fun Summer flick has: explosions, plot twists, speedy action, and more explosions. It’s a diversion from the big guns hitting in the fall. Singularity doesn’t try to be the greatest game ever, so it makes up for it by being highly entertaining at an optimal 8-hour length. It’s fitting, then, that it all comes down to the game’s release window. Singularity isn’t perfect by any means, but it’s perfect for the Summer.