Given how competitive the market is for indie developers, this is a look into why they need to take marketing seriously.
The Battle Royale market has now become PlayerUnknown’s Battleground vs. Fortnite vs. Battlefield V vs. Black Ops 4.
Your Name is a magical experience that dose not need a live action Americanize remake.
2017 is going to be a good year for World War II shooters but is the genre making a comeback?
A look into the debate of playtime and value in a video game and how to settle this polarizing topic.
Does Nintendo have any plans to honor Robin Williams in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild?
Elderly gamers are a growing demographic that is being ignored. Mega Cat Studios looks at how indie developers could tap into this market along with how AAA developers could better accommodate them.
Call of Duty is still selling strong but its not the flagship brand it use to be. Activision needs to take some serious action or this iconic franchise is destined to tank.
Exclusive titles once determined the success of a console but those days may be coming to an end due to an evolving market and a studios financial needs.
A critical look at why Salen Kotch is the dullest antagonist in the Call of Duty series by comparing him with other villains and their motivation.
After years of disastrous lunches and poor business decisions, Electronic Arts is making a strong comeback.
Examining from a public relations perspective, Bethesda Softworks new policy does more harm than good.
A look at how Freedom Fighters broke the Post-9/11 taboo of pop-culture by depicting New York City under attack.
Looking back the controversial legacy of one the best games of 2015.
eSports has grown to become a major league and it’s time the International Olympic Committee starts respecting it as a legitimate sport.