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.
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?