PlayStation and Xbox owners almost unanimously pay for their PS Plus and Xbox Live Gold subscription in order to play their favorite games online, but sometimes gamers tend to forget that there are also free games to enjoy as part of their subscription. This recurring column takes a look at what games are on offer with a PlayStation Plus Membership on PS4 in particular and aims to inform whether they are worth putting down your other games for.
This month, December, we take a look at Stories: Path of Destinies and Invisible, Inc.
The Nintendo Classic Mini NES is a small and practical console designed to emulate the classic NES experience for audiences today. Intended to be a celebration to the NES, the console comes preinstalled with 30 classic NES games and a HDMI port. Thirty great games in one package and all adapted to run on modern televisions – it sounds like a dream come true. So how does the system perform?
It’s been a few hours since Nintendo unveiled it’s upcoming Switch system. So a lot of the mystery and speculation can be put to rest but since Nintendo gave us little more than a trailer …
During Gamescom 2016 we spoke with Jesús Fabre, publishing director for Games Starter, a Mexico-based company that publishes and incubates games made by independent developers, and previously PR for Aquiris Game Studio from Brazil. During our meeting we got to see a few upcoming projects we can expect in the future that we can’t keep from you.
In today’s GDC talk by Microsoft called ‘Envisioning the Future of Game Development Windows & Xbox’ I was very intrigued by Microsoft’s plans to tackle the problems that both developers and consumers currently face when it comes …
Interestingly enough, one of the most influential and engaging lectures during 2016’s GDC was not about game design in general, or even about games in particular. It was a personal story that in half an hour made more impact than much of what came before it. Brenda Romero’s recounting of her days and experiencing as a game designer touched upon a subject that is very important to throw out there: being a woman in the games industry.