2018 is behind us and we have a lot of games to look forward too in 2019, just most of them are not coming out in January. There is a bit of buzz around a new console manufacturer as well so we will be talking about that.
The scene of 2019 is actually looking like a good place for games. It looks like a lot of studios are learning the lessons of 2018 which is. Single player games are still a very big source of entertainment and you can still make a profit on them. The UK is finally getting something in place for game devs by unionizing the industry.
A few standouts this week with some off-track talk about the new Minecraft dungeons, Pathfinder: Kingmaker, Lone Echo 2 and Last Year. Most of these will come out on steam, which is exactly what the head of Larian studios is defending. Last but not least we will definitely talk more about Telltale and the debacle they are in.
Anthem promising big things, China ready to pass laws that will change the market dramatically and games that are being clever with their marketing. Lot's of horror, psychological and creepy games we seem to always find as well. Let's start this quest, shall we?
With Gamescom coming to a close there are many games to talk about, and games hardware with the new Nvidia cards showing off what they can do. We take a few sidesteps into the past with game list fable and Bioshock before getting to the main event which is Cyberpunk 2077.
Many, many games were announced, revealed explained at Gamescom in the past few days. Along with some video cards from our favorite green team. We talk about some of the games that have been announced and what to likely expect from them.
With cross-platform becoming more and more readily available what are publishers going to do about the platforms that don't participate? leave them out of course. Bethesda is getting a big stock of games we wanna see. The Switch is still on top of everybodies wish list.
This week there are some genuinely interesting new games coming out, try living your life as a bee in Bee Simulator, Who is the mysterious person in the Life is Strange 2 teaser? Is steam finally losing it's power over the market as yet another big publisher leaves the platform?
In a week of promises and adventure, we discuss the shortcoming of EA and what little goodwill it once had. Sean Murray promises more from Hello Games, will he Deliver? Endless Legend and Banner Saga delivering for their fans and is $10000 too much to spend on Fifa.
All about games coming in the future and game being updated. From No Man's Sky updating and finally having a "real" multiplayer system to Life is Strange coming out on Android we talk about it. Some coverage on Nintendo and their views on ROM sites have surfaced as well so a little bit on that.,
This week was a big one. Lots more on the Jessica Price story and what the folks at Arena Net are doing. We talk about Minecraft and their update cycles and what we think of developers in general and game updates. Germany and the new laws revolving around stores offering pre-orders is very close to home topic for us.
This week we talk about anime games and there allure and detraction. Darksiders III and Monster for pc release dates and a little about what we expect from them. Lots and lots about Warframe and all the good things they are doing to keep the player base coming back and more and more. Why you shouldn't get into twitter fights with people on the internet when you are a developer as it could hurt your career.