8-Bit Interviews from Any Button Gaming: Existensis

Any Button Gaming talks to Ozzie Sneddon, head of Librarium Studios and the one man force majeure behind upcoming explorer, Existensis. It’s fair to say, Ozzie isn’t afraid to break new ground in the medium. Aside from the incredible art style, harking back to simpler times, we talk Tolkien, universe building and the meaning of life as we explore the furthest reaches of this inspirational developer’s mind, ahead of the upcoming release. Enjoy.

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Gavin_GTUK957d ago

Great interview, this game and the world the developer have set up around it sound really interesting. Going to keep an eye on this one.

Olly_S956d ago

Me too! The guy got like 70k upvotes on Reddit, which is why I reached out. ABG are on the list for early access and review, so keep an eye on the site!


Bandai Namco: "Every publisher has to focus more on their own expertise"

European boss Arnaud Muller on maintaining momentum post-Elden Ring and the challenges of the market

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blackblades12h ago

It's fine to stay working on the same IP that you are experts and experience on. Considering the fan base etc but should also build on new IPs. If you are good at making jrpgs or fighting games you should have the experience to create something new in a new world new name. Cause lately its been remakes, games with the same series aka Cod, tales, FF. Sometimes gaming needs a fresh world unrelated to existing games yes it can flop like forspoken but horizon and got did fine and they were totally different then there last game.


EVE: Vanguard isn’t “just another generic shooter in an EVE skin,” promises CCP Games

A brand new PvPvE shooter, EVE: Vanguard, looks to succeed where Dust 514 did not as a candid CCP Games reflects on its 20-year journey.

SlothLordPootus2h ago

Dust 514 was such a unique game back in the day. I only played probably 10 hours of it because the balancing was way off, but otherwise it was an interesting idea.

Inverno2h ago

Was a unique idea that was never realized, it didn't go beyond just being and playing like an outdated generic FPS. It never got better, and then they shut it down. If this follows the standard of your typical service style fps then it won't live long either.


An exclusive look at Total War Pharaoh Amenmesse, Egypt’s angriest son

Total War Pharaoh's Amenmesse isn't happy with his position in the south, and our exclusive hands-on look explains the challenges he'll have to overcome.

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