It’s about time that we, the gaming community as a whole, had a serious discussion. Not about microtransactions or the price of getting into our hobby, but about how the people that make our games are treated.
One of Nintendo’s biggest announcements at E3 was Super Smash Brothers: Ultimate, the sequel to Smash 4 and my biggest hope for competetive Smash Brothers.
Active Shooter is a first-person shooter game being made for PC by Revived Games, and it is a political and moral firestorm waiting to happen.
What exactly is a “good game?” It’s a question that would seem to lie at the very core of games journalism, yet every journalist - heck, every person - will have a different answer to it.
Now, I feel like I should clarify that this is an opinion. I’m making no claim to expertise in business, marketing, creating a product or anything of that nature.