Video games are not real life. That doesn’t really need to be said – but if they were, what game mechanics and items do you wish would work in reality the way they do in games?
Has Telkom’s great big eSports push helped you become a little more excited for local eSports? Is 2016 going to be the year that the local scene explodes? You tell us.
Sometimes, tech and ideas are a little ahead of their time – coming out years before the general populace is ready for them. What needs to be brought back?
2016, I suspect, is going to be a great year for gaming – but it will also be fraught with disappointment.
For many,2015’s been what the queen might call an Annus horribilis. And for the past year, every Friday, you’ve shared with us your thoughts on the things that have pissed you off on a topic of our choosing. Today, the choice of topic is yours.
There’s so much to be angry and upset about when it comes to video games – but what do we have to be thankful for instead?
Innovation! It’s one of the great big buzzwords that that’s bandied about when big blockbuster games are on the horizon. Innovative new mechanics, innovative new story-telling, innovative this and that – but has there been any real innovation?
Not everybody busy the latest games or systems – so how do you deal with the feeling you’re missing out, when everybody else is talking about the next gig thing/
War, pestilence, climate change – there are so many ways the world could end, but which game will be proven right in the end?
With the recent news of an official, licenced Friday the 13th on its way, and the relatively recent resurgence in horror-based video games like the rather good Until Dawn, I think it’s a safe bet that we’ll be seeing more in the way of cinematic horror games on our consoles and computers. Which horror icons deserve their own games?
How much time is normal for you to spend playing games every day? Are you lucky to get 2-3 hours a few times a week, or are you still able to pour 8 hours a day into your activity of choice?
Sometimes, you’ll absolutely love a video game, thinking it’s the best thing since sliced bread – but you later realise you’ve been consuming mouldy garbage. Have you ever fallen out of love with a game?