Is Hollywood too old to grasp what video games represent? As graphics improve and storylines become more complex, the nature of the gaming industry is becoming much more like Hollywood than the old school entertainers my want to believe. It isn’t just the graphics. In fact, according to David Cage, the graphics aren’t nearly as… Continue reading #Video: The Hollywood versus gaming industry generation gap
With huge opening numbers, Grand Theft Auto V has launched towards resounding success. This isn’t just another chapter in a popular video game series. It’s the next incarnation, a complete re-imagining of what can be put into a GTA game. Flash back 17 years and the humble beginning show signs of greatness even without today’s… Continue reading Grand Theft Auto: How it started and where it ended up
Hardcore gamers might insist that nothing beats the experience of playing on a console or PC, but it seems that mobile gaming is here to stay. More people purchase gaming apps than any other and 64 percent of gamers use their favorites daily. But any growing industry can’t remain stagnant. Read on to discover the… Continue reading Mobile gaming development trends in 2013
Call of Duty has become one of the most popular franchises in the history of video games. The series has undergone an almost complete transformation since its early days, as many gamers overlooked the original World War II titles for the then more popular Medal of Honor first person shooters. However, Call of Duty has… Continue reading Call of Duty franchise: should they stop while they’re ahead?
Has it been your dream to make it in the movie industry? Well, recently SneakOnTheLot.com has released a beta program in the guise of a social networking website, that players compete in for their shot at creating a $20,000 short film in Los Angeles. Think of it as the game version of something akin to… Continue reading New Online Game Gives Players a Chance to Be Filmmakers