Mar 24, 2017 Last Updated 4:00 AM, Mar 24, 2017
Game Dev Barbie – Come On Barbie, Mario Party!

Game Dev Barbie – Come On Barbie, Mario Party!

With the announcement of her game developer model, Barbie’s lon...

Among the Sleep Retail Release

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If you've ever been afraid of what goes bump in the night, Krillbrite...

Raid the Arcade - Music to Massacre to

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With AAA Anonymous, we discuss our latest AAA game addiction, until the next one replaces it. This episode covers SQUARE Enix's PC release of NieR Automata.

The PAX team should be commended for the exceptional management of the event itself. The "Red Shirts," or "Enforcers," that is, event staff, were generally very helpful and polite. A majority of the staff was local to either Boston or the state of Massachusetts, so their demeanor reflected very positively on the locale.

Many games are based on real-life events, but to my recollection, I’ve never witnessed a real-life event based on a video game. That is, until the recent rivalry between entertainer Chris Brown and rapper Soulja Boy, which resulted in negotiations for a sanctioned boxing match between the two. It took 15 years, but the Def Jam fighting games have finally crossed over into reality with what could have been the story arch for the next entry in the series.

Episode Five, Season One! OPN's DevLounge Monthly is a lively conversation between game developers on Twitch, on the hottest PC games to be released this upcoming month. Watch it on twitch.tv/opnoobsonline and win tons of great games, including the #1 winner on our list!

With AAA Anonymous, we discuss our latest AAA game addiction, until the next one replaces it. This episode covers Ubisoft's PC release of the much anticipated medieval multiplayer, For Honor.

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