Try our new beta!Click here
70°
Submitted by RogueSmurf 1019d ago | opinion piece

2013: The Year of the Indies – Development and Journalism - PCGMedia

PCGMedia's Editor in Chief takes a step back from his professional position to talk to you merely as someone with a love for videogames. He takes a look at the increasing indie ethos, and accuses AAA publishers of having the fatigue; not, as they argue, the gamers. He argues that 2013 will be a year of gaming shaped by independent development, able to compete on x86 architecture of the next generation.

It's a lengthy piece, but it's written with a lot of love, with enough information to substantiate anything too contentious. Of course, it's an opinion piece, so the author doesn't claim to be talking about rights or wrongs. (Culture, Dev, EA, Industry, Larian Studios, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
40°

Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth Review

1h ago - Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth is simply fun. The challenge keeps it interesting, adding to t... | 3DS
40°

That Time Xbox 360's Uno Game Was Flooded With Dick Pics

2h ago - Uno was one of Xbox Live Arcade’s best games in the early years, a fact that’s been somewhat forg... | Xbox 360
Ad

Guess N4G Game of the Year Winners, win a $300 Amazon Gift Card

Now - Also enter for a chance to win a gift card for writing a user blog, writing a user review, or being a top contributor for the month. | Promoted post
40°

Onki Studios ARPG “Unnamed” is now live on Steam Greenlight

2h ago - Unnamed lands on GREENLIGHT on Tuesday 9th February of 2016. Unnamed is a third person action an... | PC
40°

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 - Guide of Trophies

2h ago - PZ: "We offer the complete guide Achievements / Trophies Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4... | PC
40°

Review: Final Fantasy Tactics Advance | Nintendo Life

2h ago - NL: Levelling up your clan, finding the best weapons and trying to out think the enemy leads to... | Wii U