In another classic display of ‘picking a topic just shy of its relevance’ I wanted to talk briefly about content creators attempts to restrict various aspects of a game in question. a thought that was of course brought on by Atlus’ decision to full on … Continue reading Restricting Cutscenes
What a time to be alive. We live in a day and age where I can expect and praise things like a 15th installment to a video game series. Not even the Land Before Time movies made it that far! (pretty close though.) One has … Continue reading A Title For First Timers and Series Veterans Alike.
So here we are. One of gaming’s most celebrated franchises in history is finally getting an original, bonafide installment to its massively expansive set of rule-defining RPG action video games. I of course refer to, Final Fantasy and its new, fifteenth iteration. It’s been a … Continue reading Final Fantasy XV: First Impressions
Yandere-Dev~! Yandere-Dev~! Your last update didn’t cater exactly to my needs! This let’s player I’m watching found a glitch in your game! This must be a bad game! I’m 12 and I love Amine so this game needs to come out soon for freeeee So … Continue reading Thank you for following the development of Yandere Simulator, BUT GO AWAY!
Today, while going through my mail I noticed that the latest issue of GameInformer had arrived to distract me from my other bills. Opening it up, I took a look at the editor’s note and was immediately reminded of an art that has long since … Continue reading Cheat!
This is a really interesting take on the kinds of situations one can expect as a video game writer and anyone who has the time should check out this cool game!
The Writer Will Do Something discusses the struggles a company may go through when producing a game. Playing through the eyes of the writer for the game, you are made to decide how to approach different decisions in the creation of the game.
The game presents the role of the writer in video game development as the fall back guy. The writer is portrayed as the person at the root of all the problems and that when there is something wrong with the game “the writer will do something” to fix it. After all, it is their writing that is the issue.
This game presents the trials and tribulations for writers in video game development. It shows that writers not only have to write a story that appeals to what the producers and designers like, but what the public wants. It is also required, at least in the situation that…
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You grab tightly at her hand and pull her through another corridor. The sound of rushed footsteps and shouting echo off the hallways behind you. They are closing in and you are running out of options. She stumbles in your grasp as you round another … Continue reading Escort Missions…