When anyone can make games, ‘soul’ will make some rise to the top
OPINION: As exciting as the democratization of game development may sound, it's problematic in practice. Pretty soon, it's going to be easier than ever to make a game, but harder than ever to convince people to give it a chance.
Stay awhile … and listen. A few months back gaming juggernaut Blizzard updated its job openings page with some tantalizing evidence we’d be hearing about a new or remastered Diablo game soon. But, as it turns out, the rumored “unannounced Diablo project” might instead be an R-rated animated Netflix series. This was semi-confirmed when Andrew Crosby, the writer who penned the upcoming Hellboy reboot, tweeted out that he was in final talks to write and show-run a Diablo series for Netflix. Unfortunately, that tweet was subsequently deleted and mum’s been the word ever-since. But, the internet is always watching. Bloody… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Netflix
Muzika is a Korea-based blockchain startup with a unique rewards system for artists and users NEO Global Capital Strategic Partnerships of the NEO Foundation has made an investment to Korea-based music blockchain startup Muzika. The fund by the Singapore-based strategic investment company will support the company’s incubation and provide resource integration from both parties. Also Read: Ping […]
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