This is just a brief discussion of patches. Steam and consoles now allow for patches to automatically update a game instead of having to hunt down fixes like the old days. But is this modern convenience all its cracked up to be?
In response to a few recent games that appear to be lacking in the criteria. This is a short list and thoughts on some stand out game mechanics that developers seem to be ignoring and need to build upon.
Sega CEO Hajime Satomi says he wants to improve the quality of their games moving forward. That could mean a lot of things. It's nice to hear, but what they do next with their games is the real answer.
Umbra: The Hack & Slash that wants to tell a unique story, with you at the center of it! Fans world-wide have backed this game to a successfully funded Kickstarter campaign, and you're gonna see why in this overview!
Final Mixes, HD Remakes, ports...it's all essentially the same. So, why the excitement? Is it just that I wasn't around for the original that it's lost on me? I ask you people, what's the deal with remakes?