Procedural generation is an amazing thing. Give the computer a set of rules for assembling certain parts and there you go. You now have a universe in days when the man hours to create each of those trillions of planets in No Man’s Sky would take millions of years. But,
The first people to use a computer would definitely never have thought how far things will go in a relatively short period of time. Nowadays, computers in a form or another are all around us. We use them for school, work, and even entertaining. In some cases, especially for entertaining.
Yesterday’s findings that Nintendo has filed yet another patent that may or may not pertain to the prospects of what the Nintendo NX is has brought attention to something I’ve been thinking about for a few months regarding Nintendo’s new home console system releasing next March. That question is will the Nintendo NX have
Social media exploded this evening with adoration for a new hero. Well, actually, an old hero. A hero from 1990s, specifically. No, I’m not talking about Crash Bandicoot. I’m talking about the one and only Pepsiman. If you’re not familiar with the name, don’t worry. Before tonight, most people weren’t.
Insomniac Games isn’t a company that I heard much of, but I’ve seen their work quite a bit. I’ve played Rachet and Clank every now and then with my friends younger siblings when I’m over at his house and I can distinctly remember watching trailers for their much darker ‘Resistance’ series
Another game just reached its campaign target on Kickstarter and it is a good one: Kologeon from the developer ChillCrow has secured its $35.000 budget and will come out around the end of next year. Kologeon is a very particular title, as it mixes a rogue-like feel and style with
Overwatch Comes Out of the Shadows For weeks, Blizzard has teased hints and clues for a new Overwatch hero. Now the latest news seem to confirm just what fans have been clamoring for. Details have leaked to a Blizzard presentation at the upcoming San Diego Comic Con (SDCC.) A panel
Halo 5: Guardians has the highest number of active players since 2007, when the series’ high point Halo 3 was dominating Xbox Live. Andy Dudynsky, the Community Manager for Halo, has commented on a post on Reddit, saying: “I am rather happy to share that even before the free play