Josh Philpott writes:
Gaming used to be fun. The experience was about distraction for a small period of time before returning to our mundane day to day tasks. When we look at gaming today some titles seem to forget this, lost somewhere amongst hours of adding layers of eye popping graphics, orchestral scores and big name actors. Don’t get me wrong, these things now form a necessary part of the development process and I understand their importance. However, the idea of original gaming begins to get diluted in a sea of Gears of War and Call of Duty clones. Nowadays change comes like a breath of fresh air.