Editorial: With All Due Credit

By Mel
We know who he is, but I

Game directors are usually less famous than their creations, and this week Mel examines if this has a negative effect on the gaming medium. Should developers have more notoriety? Do they already? Read and discuss!

Editorial: Singular Voices

By Ethos

Ethos loves video games as an art form and starts to explore the relationship between a single creator’s vision and a game’s quality. Is the big machine or a single mind better suited to create video games?

Editorial: Revisiting Exclusivity

By Mel

In the wake of a truly great exclusive, Mel looks at the practice as it has changed throughout this generation. Sony and Nintendo have very different relationships with exclusivity, but without question an exclusive can still be a valuable thing.

Editorial: The School of Patience

By Java
I will have to continue consuming gorgeous screenshots as one might nibble on a cracker while waiting for a full meal.

Ever behind the times, Java feels the pressure that comes with being a self-proclaimed patient gamer. Will he shirk his adult fiscal responsibilities in favor of becoming the owner of a fresh new system with games he barely has time to play? Find out now!

Review: Bloodborne

By Mel
For sake of timeliness of this review, such as it is, I had to buy my copy digitally. Sorry!

Once in a while a game that demonstrates how to compose a full product comes down the line, and these titles often set the bar for the rest of the generation. Bloodborne is such a title. Read Mel’s review on how it achieves this feat.