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I see people worshiping streamers, let’s players, reviewers, journalists, but no one ever seems to appreciate the people who make video games. But are they even necessary? The gaming industry would thrive without them if you think about it.
Many people think that Capcom has forgotten about this franchise, but fear not as Capcom has confirmed that a new Mega Man game will be released within the next 25 years.
With the year already passing by so quickly, it looks like 2015 will be the year Ubisoft makes their comeback. They are quite surprised that nothing bad has happened since the start of the year.
Recently, a former Valve employee blasted the company for its open office policy; however, current employees have defended their work environment saying it is conducive to their work as long as they don’t make a video game.
Play4Real awards the top gaming journalism events, articles, and people of 2014. Disclaimer: We were sponsored by Polygon; however, this does not have any impact on the awards process.
Play4Real awards the top games of 2014. Disclaimer: We were sponsored by Ubisoft; however, this does not have any impact on the awards process.
Santa Claus (or a parent as I like to call him) has found a great way to punish children for being naughty bastards this year.
The future of video games is finally coming and it’s looking very bright. Streaming and YouTube was only the beginning, now people are starting to pay others to play video games for them. Soon, only a handful of people will actually be playing video games.
With just a little bit of time left before Christmas, why not buy an Ouya to show your disgust towards the people who have wronged you throughout the year?
With music from games like Chrono Trigger and Secret of Mana (Seiken Densetsu 2) included in the latest DLC for Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call, it happened to be a lucky accident from employees who did not know what either of those games were.
In an effort to combat falling traffic rates, gaming journalists across the internet have started to implement achievements into their articles.