In Part Two of his Eurogamer Expo exposé, Mark tries his hand at two more future releases.
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Head First’s Mark Birds takes a long, hard look at the Eurogamer Expo and what buzz it creates for the games industry.
Jonathan Jones makes a wonderfully high minded claim that todays Leonardos (no, Turtle fans, that’s as in da Vinci) can … Read more »
How do we explain the seemingly endless stream of “childish” games for sale that contribute, in general, to the view of gamers as childish and socially awkward?
They’re all singing from the same song sheet but when it comes to 3D I’m not sure I’m hearing them.
Red Dead Redemption multiplayer finally brings the allure of the cowboy home.
Each year I bemoan my inability to head off to LA and take in the spectacle that is E3. Not because I want to go networking with industry types but because I want to experience the utter madness of the launch events.
Would gaming benefit by following United Artists and Image Comics in creating a publishing model that put power into the hands of the developer?
What if games could be more like Young Adult fiction and create experiences that non-gamers and casual gamers want to play using the interests they love and buy into.
In a world of digital downloads how are you going to make your product stand out? At Head First we ask questions and shape the creative to suit the product.