While I wait for Zeboyd Games’ latest RPG Cosmic Star Heroine to be released, I finally got around to playing their first RPGs. I bought the double pack of Breath of Death VII and Cthulhu Saves The World from the Steam Winter Sale and I am not disappointed. Overall, the games are solid retro-styled JRPGs with
Since Google launched its Content ID program on YouTube, it has been plagued with problems. The biggest problem is that anyone can claim a video without having to provide anything resembling proof. Additionally, when a video is claimed, the original creator completely loses control over the monetization of their work. That is all going to
Earlier today, I learned about a new initiative created by a few developers. Chalo Chalo developers Tomasz Kaye and Richard Boeser created this initiative after reading an editorial by Castle Doctrine developer Jason Rohrer. In this editorial, Jason writes about why he feels that rampant game sales are bad for fans. You can read Jason’s full article, but
This past week was the last week of GamePolitics. It was a long time coming. It is sad to see it go, but we at GamePolitics are going to be fine. Take a look at a few thoughts this last week from James, Andrew and myself.
In the very final episode of Super Podcast Action Committee (episode 186) hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight are joined by GamePolitics managing editor James Fudge for a free-form conversation about Lollipop Chainsaw’s platinum coins (3:53), Square Enix’s penchant for giving Kingdom Hearts games weird names (13:32), adventures covering E3 over the years (16:25),
On this week’s show (episode 185), hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss the latest GamePolitics poll (“When will Nintendo start talking about the NX” – 25:35 mark), Tracer’s butt (37:14), Beamdog standing up to internet bullies railing about trans NPC (45:07), and Electronic Arts using a DMCA take-down on a Trump parody video
On this week’s show (episode 184), hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight discuss Nintendo firing an employee after months of harassment on social media (24:54 mark), Nintendo’s first mobile app, Miitomo (38:50), and fans being upset over changes by developers to Overwatch (49:50) and Star Ocean (58:04). If you missed Saturday’s live broadcast of
On this week’s show (episode 183), Andrew Eisen flies solo and talks about the Batman v. Superman movie, Daredevil season two, My Little Pony, and a bunch of other crazy stuff. It’s the best Easter since the very first Easter — and you know what happened on that day! If you missed Saturday’s live broadcast