Colin Snyder @scallopdelion
I've been behind the scenes in the videogame industry, everywhere from the trenches of retail to Rockstar Games and Babycastles. Now I'm working on my own games and related projects while writing for Motherboard. About videogames.
Articles by Colin Snyder
If the new game's more complex stages look familiar to you, it’s because Nintendo has in recent years acknowledged the home-brew and hacking communities by shutting them down and “riffing” on their ideas.
I thought it would perhaps be better time spent reviewing who to play MK8 with, rather than MK8 itself.
Inside Lost Levels, the "salon de refuse" curation of uncured speeches.
Wild Rumpus will bring gaming to where the people are.
Process, suffering, and a gold-mint after party. A dispatch from the Game Developer's Conference.
Adaptive music systems, game-making games, and sex workers at a Tenderloin dive. A dispatch from the Game Developer's Conference.
Finally, a museum isn't treating video games as a novelty.
The forthcoming service, which launches next month as a free 30-day trial, will backup your battle-tested pocket monsters to a cloud server for five bucks a year.
He was said to be a tough, albeit sensitive and camera-shy man. He is largely responsible for Nintendo’s gigantic business, and its indelible mark on popular culture.
I don’t particularly care for aliens, shooters, strategy games, dialogue trees, bland characters, or steep learning curves, or any combination thereof. And yet somehow, despite the game's best efforts, I still enjoyed The Bureau.