Ah what lofty goals we have. The games industry seems to constantly be looking for new business models, all in the name of getting rid of what the publishers like to complain is ‘wrong’ with the industry. Digital distribution, while still years away from being technically feasible, is championed for its ability to effectively put [...]
Quirky platformers truly are the best.
Clearly, it is impossible to say think epic fail and video games without immediately thinking of Duke Nukem Forever. The game thought lost to time actually got released, and all it taught us was that it should have been allowed to remain lost to time. It was not unexpected that a game nearly 15 years [...]
It seems the only time worth picking up a Xbox 360 controller anymore for anyone other than Call of Duty fans are when something interesting pops up on the Arcade. Recently, we’ve had the likes of Deadlight, Hybrid, and Dust, among others. Deadlight will receive a review soon, but I wanted to talk briefly about [...]
Half the gaming community seems to think we’re long overdue for new consoles. The other half thinks there is no need for a new generation of consoles yet with all the great content we’re getting from this generation of consoles. Either way; we’re only a year or 2 away from getting the next Xbox and [...]
Genre Kings has launched and the first genre to crown it’s first king is the age old Puzzle game. Who will be king?
What’s up everyone? It’s been awhile. Months even. Almost 2 months since the last episode of Podcast Round 3, and all the way back in April was when I last wrote something! CRAZY. As you can see Round 3 Entertainment is no more. I can’t speak for Adrian and Sara when it comes to the [...]
The show should as always be about games and more games, but one announcement was criminally overlooked.
Commercial success, critical failure. Such was the story of the Wii. Are things apt to change with the Wii U, or are there merely more obstacles to contend with than ever? Did Nintendo really make the best choice by choosing to finally catch up?
Why are video games treated as if they are different than other forms of entertainment? The answer may be simpler than you think.