How DICE attendees felt about everyone’s least favorite game of 2014:
Perhaps the most depressing explanation for the industry’s general silence, though, was that when a segment of your audience is threatening violence against your peers for speaking up, the rational response is to protect yourself and let them absorb the heat.
“If someone else is on fire and I try to go put her out, I’m just going to catch on fire myself,” one developer said.
Eurogamer interviewed the kid who won Curiosity.
“Obviously I know what’s happened, but it’s like, did that really happen, or was it like a dream?” Bryan says as we wrap up our burgers.
“I don’t care. Really. Like, whatever.”
Destiny is a better thinkpiece catalyst than video game.
This guy’s grandma was clearly born in the wrong time period – she would’ve been an amazing adversary for Littlefinger.
The developers of the latest Call of Duty games demonstrate how, when trying to be taken seriously, it’s much easier it is to make video games mechanics about violence than any other emotion.