Zeebo – a new console or codename for a Zoolander spin-off

•May 22, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Zeebo ConsoleZeebo, a new console from a Brazilian firm of the same name was launched recently. And it looks more slick than the PS3 and X360 combined (truth be told – that would actually resemble a sanitary towel in a breadbin).

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Squeezing the last juices out of ‘next-gen’ – Part 2: crazy little thing called immersion.

•May 21, 2009 • 2 Comments

Welcome one and all to the second part of my ‘are-there-any-creative-juices-in-the-industry-left’ (say that out loud fast 7 times for instant Nirvana) roundup. Last time I focused on the evolution and state of free flow combat as a means to bump up an action game’s presentation and gameplay values. But for titles where getting ‘right to the point’ fist & knee style is not the key element, are we doomed to experience that oppressing déjà vu feeling in each consecutive game we buy?

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New Team Fortress ad

•May 17, 2009 • 4 Comments

Just a quick heads up to show you how you can promote your game in a way that’s not tedious*, yet gets the job of promoting the product to new audiences done.

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Squeezing the last juices out of ‘next-gen’ – Part 1: Free flow combat

•May 17, 2009 • 2 Comments

Careful observers (well, virtually all observers excluding the usual over excited fanboy monkeys) of the game market noticed some time ago, that the phrase ‘next-gen’ – the standard two word hype machine, is devaluating rapidly regarding today’s games.

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