Archive for the 'video' Category

25
Jul
14

A very Black game

I will not reference Limbo in this post since it has nothing to do with Black – The Fall. Oh wait … i just did.

Black The Fall, is a mature and gritty exploration into a contre-jour world that is all mysterious, creepy and barren

http://www.blackthefall.com/

Steam Early access: http://store.steampowered.com/app/308060/

15
Jul
14

Gone Home

“Gone home” feels like the next step for “Dear Esther” but its beyond that. It feels like a fluid story telling experience made possible through a video game medium.

http://www.gonehomegame.com/
http://store.steampowered.com/app/232430/

12
May
14

Superhot – you move and so does time

Play the game here: http://superhotgame.com/

19
May
11

Video game history with Tim Schafer

Video game history with Tim Schafer

04
Apr
11

History of Volition

Game Informer have put up an hour long documentary on the history of Volition, the developers that got their start making Descent, and then went on to make Freespace 1 & 2, Red Faction and its sequels, and most recently the Saints Row games. (via)

23
Mar
11

GDC 2011 Lectures

The GDC Vault service has debuted both free and subscriber-only video, audio and slides from this month’s 25th Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, including free Doom, Populous and Out Of This/Another World postmortem videos.

more stuff here!

21
Mar
11

Irrational Games history

10
Mar
11

Hawken

Hawken

27
Feb
11

Game Connect ’09: Tim Stellmach

Conference opening by Game Developers’ Association of Australia President, Tom Crago, followed by international keynote speaker, Tim Stellmach.

Tim Stellmach is now Design Director at Vicarious Visions, the New York-based developers of the new action-RPG Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2. He is an 18-year veteran of the games industry, and a principal designer of such acclaimed titles as Thief and System Shock. Tim has also worked on games as diverse as Ultima Underworld, Deus Ex and Guitar Hero.

18
Feb
11

Can Indie Game Developers Survive?

“The video game industry comes under the microscope as Game Theory with Scott Steinberg takes a detailed look at the current reality of game development and publishing, including how just how cutthroat today’s market has become. Here, gaming’s biggest names from Peter Molyneux to David Perry debate the changing nature of the business, whether there’s still a place for indie game studios and the shifting scale of risk vs. reward. If you’ve ever dreamed of making your own video game, don’t miss it.”




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