It has become increasingly popular for games to be funded with Kickstarter. Night in the Woods’ supplementals show how to reinstate backer confidence.
The Last Guardian’s permanent price drop might lead to a decrease in perceived value, showing how games are increasingly judged on cost over content.
Hideo Kojima wants his scantily-clad characters to have a deep backstory explaining why. But does shoe-horning a narrative rectify over-sexualization?
The road trip story is a tale as old as time. Then why have games, which obsess over movement across open spaces, largely ignored the road trip story?
Final Fantasy XV is still a new title, but its developers are promising continued content through DLC and free updates that may change the core of the game.
Cinematography is considered heavily by developers when making a game. Virginia shows that sometimes agency doesn’t reign supreme.