Welcome, all, again. Let me begin by admitting that I have been completely overwhelmed by the choices this season, and have not had the chance to watch even half ...
Kyle Hebert, also known as Ryu From Street Fighter stopped by today for a chat. We talk about his part in Street Fighter V and chat about the joys of ...
We welcome Erin Fitzgerald, voice actress of Noire from Megadimension Neptunia VII and Agnes Oblige from Bravely Second: End Layer back once more for an insightful interview. We talk about ...
Today we had the chance to sit down with Nicole Oliver and talk about her latest roles as well as what its like to be a part of BronyCon. Nicole ...
Laura Post joins us today to talk with us about her voice over role in Final Fantasy XIV as Moenbryda in a massive online MMORPG. Aside from that we also ...
Today we had an interview with Stephanie Chateau, Chuck Stroschein, and Katy Johnson from Concept Galaxy. Learn more about their lineup for upcoming conventions this year from Fal-Con to Realms ...
Welcome, all, again. This is proving to be a glorious viewing season, with offerings for fans of all genres. I absolutely love KONOSUBA-God's blessing on this wonderful world!, ...
Danielle McRae returns once more to sit down and talk to us about her latest work. Today we learn more about her part of S-sha in Megadimension Neptunia VII as ...
Graham Smith of DrinkBox Studios joined us today to talk with us about their newest game Severed. Severed is a touch based RPG where you must gain abilities or solve ...
Today we had the pleasure to interview Keir Miron, a video game developer from Vancouver. Keir Miron is the software engineer for Darkest Dungeon a challenging gothic, roguelike turn-based RPG.
It's like a yearly tradition! So welcome back Raymond Lenzer for some exclusive announcements concerning Kami-Con! .
If you want to get into visual novels, Sekai Project is a great place to start.
Believe it or not, food and music have a lot of common. Jason Graves knows this all too well.
Welcome to the New Year everyone! This year we’ve got some great things over the horizon for 91.8 The Fan and The Current. Specifically, this article is going to be ...
Posted on Jul 20 2014
I had never really played an adventure game before. I'm fairly young, so that genre had fallen out of the mainstream before I ever got the chance to play them. So, with no prior experience, I dove into Quest for Infamy.
Posted on Dec 22 2013
I recently bought two games and spent hours on end playing them. The two games were Game Dev Story and Ridiculous Fishing. These two games are entirely different games.
Posted on Sep 02 2013
On the 28th, there was a curious announcement from Nintendo. The Wii U Deluxe bundle is dropping to $299.99, and there is a new handheld making its debut. The 2DS made a rather large splash on the internet, to say the least.
Posted on Jul 22 2013
Video games have come a long way. From 2D or vector graphics and only a few sprites on-screen to thousands of polygons and near realistic gameplay. When I had a Nintendo 64, I just needed to plug-in one of my four or five cartridges into the slot on top and play. Currently, it's not that different.
Posted on May 27 2013
Back then, games were worth much more than just a pretty penny. Now, we complain about how expensive games are priced at 60 dollars. With the indie scene and the wealth of good games for under 20 bucks on XBLA and PlayStation Network, tons of great games under two dollars in the iOS app store, and companies going bankrupt even when they’re selling millions of games, it’s easy to wonder what the value of a game really is.
Posted on Mar 04 2013
Video games can do so many great things when it comes to creating an experience. The amazing thing about video games that most other mediums don't have is the sheer interactivity of it.
Posted on Feb 04 2013
Princess Pajama presents itself as something much like a tower defense in the same vein as Cartoon Wars, where you fight off hordes of monsters trying to get to the other side to take down their base while trying to defend your own. Not really what you would think the game to be right?
Posted on Dec 10 2012
Let's see here, so Kana---the only one who voted mind you---picked out Undo The End for the free indie. Honestly, I don't really like it. It has a unique game mechanic that might be cool, but it doesn't really deliver.
Posted on Nov 26 2012
I remember giving Fez a mention in my first article here, but I didn't give it that much detail as I wasn't focusing on it.
Posted on Nov 12 2012
Ludum Dare, a contest to create a game within 48 hours. This is a great event for people who want to make their first game because it sets a specific 48 hour goal that people can focus on very hard without a worry for bugs. In the end, a game can win on coolness, fun, graphics, audio, humor, mood, theme, and innovation.