History time, children! Presenting: a (very) short tale of video game endings and what it can teach us about writing in general.
First of all, there’s a new episode of Marauder Shields waiting for you in our comics section – go and check it out. Second of all, it’s high time for me to show my gingerish head around here a bit more often, starting with now.
Examining some of the darker themes of BioShock Infinite and why it’s important they were included in the story. There’s a moment relatively early on in BioShock Infinite in which Booker and Elizabeth find themselves in a seaside resort, or rather one of Columbia’s floating islands made to look like a resort.
The 27th chapter of the Marauder Shields Motion Comic, based on the Marauder Shields Episode 27… Which is our second animated production! All glory to our Grand Animator!
Well, we’ve been hinting and teasing about this for way too long. Today, thanks to the hard work of our lead animator Eric, we are proud to debut not 1, but 2 amazing episodes of the Marauder Shields Motion Comic.
Goodbye, my friends. I bid you farewell and wave at thee with my elegantly pristine handkerchief. The time is over, the clock ran out, the fat lady sings out of tune. There will be no Marauder Shields… Well, this week, I mean.
The first-ever podcast of Koobismo’s Workshop, featuring your favorite team of swashbuckling rogues. In our first episode we discuss the Citadel DLC and Mass Effect in general, exchanging our opinions about its story, characters and favorite moments of the entire trilogy.
An interview with the great Gideon Emery, the voice behind Dragon Age 2′s Fenris, Henry Blackburn from Battlefield 3 and Balthier from Final Fantasy XII. You might have seen him in Primeval, Train, Takers, on Teen Wolf or in the Stephen King short, Survivor Type. Now check him out in our longest interview yet!
A look at the various aspects BioWare are hopefully taking into account when crafting the story of Dragon Age: 3 Inquisition.
I love Phil Hornshaw. I really do. Not because of the quite original circumstances we met in. Not because we constantly agree with each other in our hour-long Gchat rants about the current state of the gaming industry. Not because he interviews people like a boss. I love him because every time I get to scratch that…