If you read just one account of the gay/nerd pride event GaymerX, held last week in Japantown in San Francisco, it should probably be Vice’s. As a bonus, homemade Pokéballs!
The NY Times got tech-y this past week as they featured pieces from video game designers and their “first video game crushes.” They’re not talking about Lara Croft either.
Pixelate tastily proves the world needs more competitive eating games. We want to know can they do this with tiramisu and a spoon.
We remember having to “play” Disney’s Adventures in Typing with Timon & Pumbaa once a week in 3rd grade. Step aside, Simba. We now have Icarus Proudbottom Teaches Typing, an equally absurd typing game where you can “become A GOD OF TYPING!”
My job as a designer is to feed players with enough datapoints to validate any assumption they may have.
—Robin Arnott, Deep Sea and Antichamber sound designer on his magical mystical work-in-progress SoundSelf (pictured in the header).
Hideki Kamiya (director of Viewtiful Joe, Okami, mack daddy) has been under the radar since Bayonetta. But hold your breath no longer—a trailer for his newest project on the Wii U, The Wonderful 101, just dropped. Looks insane!
No down on their luck Eastern European immigrants were harmed in the making of Cart Life. Good to know!
StarCraft 2 has been ousted from Major League Gaming’s esports line up. We wonder if poor ratings or contract issues were to blame.
If you’ve got nothing to do and really like cookies: build your empire.
Have a great week!