In RTS Games, there’s going to be a lot of different units. To keep the game compelling, controlling each unit needs to feel unique and nuanced. Designing units around how they feel to the player and ensuring unit variation should be a priority in RTS […]

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Towards the end of last year, I was invited to speak with Atari CEO Fred Chesnais about their upcoming mobile title Pridefest, a game [...]

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I’m hardly a connoisseur of the outdoors, but if there’s one thing I can appreciate, it’s a good room. We often take the claustrophobia-inducing walls of a room without a mummy telling us that we’ll be dying in ten minutes for granted. So, when a […]

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On March 17th, 2015 Satoru Iwata (then director and president of Nintendo) and Isao Moriyasu (President and CEO of DeNA) [...]

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A couple of days before New Years, GameCloud Editor-in-Chief, Will Kirk and I were discussing the topic of strange games and, of course, Fahrenheit was soon mentioned. Fahrenheit, or Indigo Prophecy as it was known in some parts of the world (or Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy […]

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As someone who usually plays the role of the optimist, it was my mission last year to pinpoint what I thought were excellent games in a sea of disappointing and passable releases. Don’t get me wrong, 2014 was a very successful launch year in terms […]

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Not every game can be good, some are just outright awful, but I approach even the crappiest of games with the kind of mentality one would have while watching a movie they know is awful. It’s the hope that what you’re watching is so bad […]

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It’s easy to be cynical about the state of games these days. We get buggy rehashes of franchises every 6 months with ludicrous DRM and micro-transactions in full priced games, not to mention the expansion packs that cost as much as the original game. Let’s […]

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While there are some who might believe that remasters of recent games on new generation consoles might be overdoing it, there’s no denying that Beyond: Two Souls is a worthy addition to a PlayStation 4 library. As a game that is heavily thematic and quite […]

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Join the GameCloud team as they talk about their individual picks for Game of the Year 2015. We hope you get to experience them all! [...]

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