Tag Archives: games

Halloween Gaming Finds – The Mars Attacks Dice Game

By Christopher Helton During the month of October, the minds of gamers tend to turn to thoughts of more scary games than they would normally play. Whether they turn to games of horror, conspiracy or general weirdness for a Halloween …

The Future Of Gaming At NYCC – Big On Virtual Reality And Digital, Bleak On Physical

By Timothy Carson The panelists for “The Future of Gaming” discussion included: Garett Fuller, David Brevik, Michael Gluck, and James Schmalz. You might recognize David Brevik’s name, as he’s the man who brought us Marvel Heroes – the superhero answer …

Like Role Playing Games – Try Looking For Group Or Castle Assault

Jon Johnson writes for Bleeding Cool: Kickstarter has been a monumental success in the business plans for many games and game companies since the site went viral. Two games, one post Kickstarter and one pre-, are present at the 2014 …

Gaming At NYCC – Steve Jackson Games And Rare Elements

Jon Johnson writes for Bleeding Cool: The New York Comic Con has gained notoriety as an East Coast genre and media powerhouse in a relatively short period of time, rivaling that of its well-known West Coast cousin, the San Diego …

Steamalot – Not To Be Confused With Spamalot

By Timothy Carson A great discovery was made today during my adventures throughout the show floor this morning; amidst photobombing cosplay photos (more on that later), I discovered a booth in its own little corner by the name of “Steamalot.” …

Lego Batman 3 To Have Playable Versions Of Condiment King, Green Loontern and Conan O’Brien

Anthony Hammock writes for Bleeding Cool: Lego Batman, the newest addition to the Lego game series will feature new playable characters. Some of the playable characters will be fun surprises for pop culture fans. There will be staple DC characters …

No Nonplayer #2 Yet – But There Is A $1.4 Million Kickstarter For Nate Simpson’s Human Resources

In 2011, there was a comic book from Nate Simpson published by Image Comics. It was called Nonplayer. It was amazing and it looked like this. And this. Heavy underordered for this Geof Darrow/Moebius/Chris Ware smash up of gaming and …

A Short Story Of The Veranthea Codex

Mike Myler writes, The Veranthea Codex is a Pathfinder compatible campaign setting, player resource, and GM tool by Mike Myler and Rogue Genius Games that is a project unlike any other you’ve yet encountered! The Kickstarter ends this Sunday (October 5th) Check …

Burn: Cycle, A Cyberpunk Game Wot I Wrote – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: My old friend, the musician Simon Boswell got back in touch with me recently to tell me he was holding a concert in London this coming week. Simon has serious form as a soundtrack composer and provided …

From Out Of The Ashes Comes Bedlam… And A Barf Monster

Title: Bedlam. Key Talent: John Mueller – Art Director, Jeff Johnson – Programmer & Designer, Sam Gage – Creative Director, Animations and VFX. End of Kickstarter: Sat, Oct 25 2014. Published: Coming 2015 John Mueller writes, Bedlam is a post-apocalyptic “roguelike” role-playing video game inspired by some …

The Time And Title Of Every New York Comic Con 2014 Panel #NYCC

Taken straight from the NYCC App… where you will also find details of every panel. Still, this should get you started. Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Getting Hands On With Evolve

By Dan Celko For the sake of my wallet, I have been trying incredibly hard to not get excited about all the games coming out by the end of 2014. But then I go ahead and get hands on with …

Firefly Online, With The Original Cast, Is Almost Here – And Here’s A New Trailer

It appears the server at keepflying.com is getting crushed right now, but maybe try again after Comic Con. I know lots of you have been eagerly waiting on this one, they’ve just announced that the full original cast will be …

SDCC 2014: The Fusion of Art and Style (While Channeling Scott Pilgrim And Tank Girl) in Sunset Overdrive

By Madeline Ricchiuto Major Nelson along with Insomniac Gaming’s Drew Murray and Marcus Smith, along with art director Jacinda Chew and lead character artist Gavin Goulden give us a look into the inspiration behind the upcoming Xbox exclusive game Sunset …

Dedicated Discussions #5 – Old School Nintendo Fan Rejoice, Gaming Can Help Your Future, and Does Ubisoft Hate Women?

By Dan Celko The Dedicated Server is a YouTube news show here to keep you informed about gaming, talk about the implications for related fandoms, and to have fun doing it. Feel free to check out our channel and subscribe …

John Byrne, The Fantastic Four And Racebending In Casting

There has, naturally, been some debate on Bleeding Cool message boards on the merits of racebending when casting roles in movies based on comic books from the sixties. With Louis Falcetti saying: I now realize that “diversity” isn’t a bad …

Talking To The Developer Of Adr1ft – A VR Space Survival Game – At E3

Cap Blackard writes, Virtual reality is reviving one of our favorite bygone genres: the first person experience.  Brandon strapped on the Oculus Rift and tumbled through the chaos of a space disaster in Adr1ft - solving puzzles, uncovering mysteries, and trying to …

Talking To The Lead Designer Of Alien: Isolation At E3

Cap Blackard writes, No previous Alien game has even attempted to capture the survival horror present in Ridely Scott’s original film.  Creative Assembly’s Alien: Isolation hopes to do just that. And considering the scares we felt while demo-ing the game in a crowded E3 cubicle …