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Latest Blog Posts for Video Games: Constructive Criticism

  • Lands of Lore 1 (Classic Review No. 1)
    on Apr 27, 2014
    Slay hordes of monsters and solve the complex riddles of the dungeons in this first part of the Lands of Lore trilogy. OverviewLands of Lore 1 is a first-person adventure where you control a group of up to 3 heroes on your quest to stop an evil (and...
  • The Illusion of Time: Testing Games from the Past
    on Apr 17, 2014
    Ah, nostalgia! Everyone has his own games that hold a special place in a person´s heart. Most of the time it´s the first games we came in contact with. Or sometimes we experience an outstanding game and it is burned into our memory. Especially as a...
  • Recently on Kickstarter, Part 3 of 6: Lords of Xulima
    on Dec 20, 2013
     Place 1: Lords of XulimaI have to admit this project does not look like much at first glance: on the kickstarter page you are greeted by 3 character portraits smiling away at you, giving you no exact idea of the things to come.While other games...
  • Recently on Kickstarter, Part 2 of 6: Deathfire
    on Dec 13, 2013
     Place 2: Deathfire – Ruins of NethermoreThis game was labeled somewhere as the spiritual successor of Shadows over Riva (click here for a review from Gamespot). For veterans, this brief explanation will be enough to look forward to playing th...
  • Recently on Kickstarter, Part 1 of 6
    on Dec 9, 2013
    Introduction: Why I visited kickstarter.comFool me twice, shame on me. After falling AGAIN for a marketing gag of a big gaming company and expecting the next rpg game of the year, I think I almost deserved to be disappointed again. So I decided to th...
  • Shameless self-promotion: A summary of my self-made games
    on Dec 9, 2013
    Once upon a time I read that the first ten games of any game designer turn out to be horrible. Only after that many failures he has enough experience and practice to produce something that is remotely playable. I hope the number is just a rough estim...
  • Recently on Kickstarter, Part 1 of 6: Festival of Magic
    on Dec 9, 2013
    Introduction: Why I visited kickstarter.comFool me twice, shame on me. After falling AGAIN for a marketing gag of a big gaming company and expecting the next rpg game of the year, I think I almost deserved to be disappointed again. So I decided to th...
  • Hardcore vs. Casual, Part 2: Opposing paths
    on Jul 6, 2013
    In the last article we discussed the differences between hardcore, softcore, casuals and enthusiasts. Today let´s take a look at the reason why these groups can´t coexist peacefully within a single game.1. Where do you stand? To illustrate the issu...
  • Hardcore vs. Casual, Part 1: Explanation of Terms
    on Jun 1, 2013
    Everyone who has ever visited a gaming forum will have encountered this raging battle: People who demand a game to be made more accessible or easier and the not-so-kind responses that call them "casuals" or "scrubs". This provokes negative reactions...
  • Overlooked Gems: The Lord of the Rings - The Return of the King on Gameboy Advance
    on May 11, 2013
    Back in the days when the movie adaptations of The Lord of the Rings were going strong there were also a lot of video games produced to cash in on the hype. To be honest, they were not bad compared to other movie-based software. They were nothing spe...
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