With the overall gaming market getting larger every year, we’ve seen a similar rise in the prominence of eSports. A near $100 billion dollar industry is spawning $20 million dollar DOTA 2 tournaments, and coverage of Street Fighter V hit […]
Fire Emblem Fates Poor Localization Points To Growing Issues
Josh goes into the poor localization of Fire Emblem Fates and how it reflects the growing divide between schools of thought on bringing content overseas
Market Censorship, Old and New
Josh Bray and Toal Fact go into recent, and not so recent, attempts at market censorship and discuss their effect as well as what you can do.
#PerformanceMatters & The SAG-AFTRA Strike: The Beef With Their Demands
Toal Fact gives his view on the SAG-AFTRA strike possibility and gives his beef with the demands presented by the Union.
UN Report on Cyber Violence is an Incompetent, Rambling Mess
John discusses some of the incomptence and outright madness inherient in a recent UN Report on Cyber Violence presented recently at a conference.
GamerGate and SPJ Airplay: Questions and Thoughts on Where We Go
Josh is here with his thoughts on what Airplay gained for GamerGate and where the consumer revolt goes from here
The Truth About the Gamer Stereotype
A Guest post & Opinion Piece by @DreadMorgan on the truth about the “Gamer” stereotype.
Global Gamers, Global Developers: Five Developers off the Beaten Track
Scrumpmonkey touches on five different game development studios from areas you might not think of when it comes to powerhouse game development studios
The Death of Games Journalism — Part 7 [FINALE] : For Games by Gamers
Scrumpmonkey is here today with the final part of his series, The Death of Games Journalism. Today he talks about an industry for gamers, by gamers