We all know that video purportedly killed the radio star, and likewise it seems that MP3 has practically killed CDs in cold blood too. In other words we're used to the idea of new media storming in and taking the place of the media we're used to, so the question . . . → Read More: Computer Games Versus Hollywood – Will Games Ever Surpass Films in Terms of Popularity?
I wasn’t planning to write about E3 in this column as that will be discussed elsewhere, but there’s one trend in the gaming industry that E3 really reminded me of. No, it wasn’t motion control. Nor was it open-world games. It was downloadable titles. Once thought to be a curiosity full of vintage classics and . . . → Read More: Challenging Conventions 16: Bite-Sized Gaming