The real world actor Keanu Reeves was perhaps the most high profile showing at the E3 videogame expo in the US this week. This was odd considering he is not actually a videogame.
Devolver Digital’s somewhat cerebral 2D ninja game encourages you to battle and rage against the seemingly inevitable outcomes of a violent life, to refuse to succumb to madness itself by embracing the idea of being a noble ninja, even if just a man in a bathrobe, in an imperfect world.
News that the world’s two largest players in the videogame market are setting aside their differences to collaborate on AI and Cloud-based development services is the sign of one sure thing, at least according to gaming, tech and businesses journals. Streaming will be inevitable….
If our current digital age can allow us to access a literal world of games and entertainment at the touch of a button. How does one choose whether to stick with a game, or to ditch it for a thrilling new experience? One possible answer lies in the zen-like mind of a 1990’s mature gamer.
There was more to coin-op games than chunky buttons and joy-sticks. As such, home consoles can only ever do so much to recreate a pure arcade experience.
If you stripped away Dark Soul’s humongous dragon, murderous ghosts and most definitely its plant demons, you might find the game’s slow-burn approach to progression and character growth feeling agonisingly and satisfyingly like real life
On Saturday March 30, 2019, real life attempted to mirror the appeal of a videogame by bringing together athletes that were some of the greatest players of their age.
How then does a real-life ‘dream team’ compared to their pixel perfect, ageless avatars?