Recently released into the wild, palworld is an open world, survival game clearly inspired by and satire of pokemon games. It feels like playing a baby of Ark Survival and Pokemon, sprinkled with many goofy elements and a stamina system based of recent Zelda games, where as long as you… Read More... "Palworld: Yet again, indie games being better"
You haven’t read it wrong: the original Mickey Mouse, that USED to be from Disney is, as of today, part of the public domain. Disney tried their hardest and used as many politics and law manipulation as they could, but after 95 years, this character can be used by anyone,… Read More... "Original Mickey Mouse is now PUBLIC DOMAIN"
If you’re a gamer, you probably heard recently about how Bungie laid off 8% of their staff and their revenue projects were wrong by about 45% for the year. This isn’t the first tech company laying off hundreds or thousands of employees at once, but how come? Well, greed. When… Read More... "Bungie: An example of how GREED breaks companies"
Yesterday, 25th of September, an e-mail from valve to the Verge was posted on the internet, talking about the new 2.0 beta version of steam that just got released. With this e-mail, a bunch of new information dropped, which includes UI changes, overlay windows, improved compatibility with Linux, Virtual keyboard… Read More... "SteamVR 2.0 and New Valve Headset"
Ah I don’t know how I almost forgot this gem, but today I got reminded of Unity and the terrible direction it has been taking and remembered to write about them. I guess at this point “How NOT to be a CEO” might as well turn into a series of… Read More... "Unity and John Riccitiello: How NOT to be a CEO"
As a massive fan, who’s definitely not addicted to Warframe after playing it for over 4500 Hours(I can stop whenever I want!), I couldn’t not make a post about their most recent Tennocon(An annual event where the company talks about how the game is made, what they’ve been working on… Read More... "Warframe Announces New updates and… WOW"
July 19th, 2023, marked a significant milestone in the world of technology as Samsung Electronics announced the successful development of the industry’s first GDDR7 DRAM. This next-generation graphics memory promises to revolutionize computing, gaming, and automotive industries, setting new standards for speed, efficiency, and performance. Let’s learn more about what… Read More... "GDDR7: The Future of GPUs"
After all the work put into making a game, it’s a bit funny that the next big challenge is publishing it. Unless you for some reason don’t expect to get your game out there, and only wants to share it among friends or family, figuring out where you can post… Read More... "Where to publish my game?"
The pricing of software and hardware products in developing countries compared to developed countries is a topic that has received significant attention over the years. The TL;DR about such disparity in pricing between these two is mainly due to economic, cultural, and political factors, but how exactly? One of the… Read More... "Why Software and Hardware has different costs in Developing and Developed Countries"
Unity 3D is a popular game engine that allows developers to create interactive 2D and 3D applications and games for various platforms, including mobile, desktop, consoles, and web. The engine offers a wide range of features, such as a powerful editor, a scripting language(C#, but blueprint-like programming is also possible),… Read More... "The Basics of Unity 3D"