As one of the leaders of the video game industry, Valve has always innovated when it comes to making money off of it. It was recently learned that they had spent years coming up with the idea to have people pay for mods.
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With Nintendo entering the mobile arena, it appears to be an admission of defeat from the company who has long stayed out of this lucrative market. But CEO Satoru Iwata admitted that they never wanted to accept the harsh realities of today’s gaming market.
With many people happy to see that bear and bird again, the employees at Rare have a daunting task ahead of them: can they make a game as good as that tech demo? Some Rare employees aren’t sure.
With the surprise release of the third Five Nights at Freddy’s, it appears the scares aren’t over yet with the fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh games accidentally being released on Steam as well.
The reviews for The Order: 1886 are not looking good. But the developers have stated that reviewers are looking at the game completely wrong. If it was looked at as a movie, there would be perfect scores across the board.
With many gamers confused and frustrated with the DLC plans for Evolve, Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick says that gamers should stop being so selfish and just pay the 125 dollars for the entire game.
A guest post written by a YouTube user explains how Nintendo is destroying his livelihood due to them taking a percentage of ad revenue from his let’s play videos. He previously wrote an article back in 2013.
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.