Articles by Andrew Otton
Some years, it's pretty clear which game or two is going to take Game of the Year from most award shows and outlets.
While the definition of "indie" becomes ever harder to pin down, the Indie Game of the Year continues to be our favorite award.
When you think of an evolving game, you're likely thinking of something that's a "game as a service" type game like Destiny.
New DLC or expansions are often overlooked by many and don't get the attention they deserve much of the time. In some cases, a new expansion can be the best piece of content tied to a game.
We're slowly trudging our way to the point that photorealism is mattering less and less.
Music in gaming is likely the most overlooked aspect of why we enjoy games. For most, when it works, you don't even notice. The music just makes sense in a given situation.
Gaming has some great advantages when it comes to storytelling when compared to other mediums, and its growth in recent years has been a delight to see.
Gaming was thrust in to the spotlight moreso than ever this year, with many people finding themselves shut away from any social contact.
2020 has obviously been the most awful year in most people's lifetimes. The gaming world, however, had it pretty good.
Cyberpunk 2077 has a lot to say about humanity and the world we live in, often in very unsubtle ways.
The Witcher 3 only released back in 2015, and for those that don’t remember, CD Projekt Red was surging in popularity, but they weren't necessarily a household name.
You've made it to the end. Maybe it crept up on you sooner than you though, considering how long it was for the Witcher 3. No matter, however, it's time to see the tale through.