While at university, Minh Le made game mods in his spare time. One such mod of his, Counter-Strike, would go on to become one of the most popular videogames of all time
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When Rock Band 3 came out in 2010, there was a fatigue around the genre – people were beginning to get tired of the onslaught on games that tried their hardest to make you feel like a rock star. The bubble burst – plastic guitars and drums kits were relegated..
Around 20 January 2015, Robotoki Studio closed its doors, putting on hiatus the game it had been working on, Human Element. Just prior to this event we chatted with studio founder and former Infinity Ward community manager and creative strategist Rob Bowling to find out what the game was all..
What do you do when you’ve moved on from triple-A production? In order to chase creative satisfaction and freedom, Adriel Wallick set out on her own to cater events for gamers and eventually started making a game a week for an entire year, pushing her design and programming skills to..
Dubbed “whiz-kids” in the Eighties by a national press still coming to terms with a home-computing revolution, the Darling brothers, Richard and David, made their name – and money – producing simple but easily marketable budget games. Having originally sold their ever-growing number of titles direct to the public via..
Speaking exclusively to games™ as part of a Best Of British roundtable debate, we asked UK developers what it meant to them to be a developer on these shores. For many they took great pride in the legacy of support for games in this country, the rich quality of games..
To mark the launch of Dragon Age: Inquisition on 20 November 2014 we’re dedicating a week of coverage to BioWare’s latest title and its superb past releases. The characters and worlds in Dragon Age have always been known for their depth and emotional playfulness – between Mass Effect and Dragon..
Maxis’ infamous franchise has hypnotised players the world over with its virtual representation of real life that manages to tread the line between complete suburban-life simulator and cartoon representation of real life. Its uniqueness inspired a movement of fans around the world, and the new instalment promises to change the..