This week, Ken and I were joined by friend and programmer Will Luong to discuss several topics relating to how the game industry is shifting.
When CD Projekt made a surprising announcement five years ago to begin selling and re-releasing classic games for contemporary use, no one could have foreseen that Good Old Games would grow to become one of the biggest digital stores for not only classic games, but for modern ones as well.
Today, GOG.com has become a major presence in the Game Industry and I had a chance to talk with them about the challenges that goes into getting these classic games onto the service and the growth behind GOG.
Last week, Microsoft announced the next Xbox console: Xbox One, with plans to turn it into a multimedia platform for every home. As more information came following the conference, gamers became increasingly annoyed with the revealed plans.
One of which was the removal of backwards compatibility with the 360 and original Xbox. I’ve mentioned several times already how vital I view it, but how many times can we bark up the same tree?