Alex Nichiporchik's Blog
Graphics have been good enough for years. That race is over. While everyone is chanting their voice controlled TV sets and better looking games, I believe what Oculus Rift & Omni are doing is the true next generation of games.
The Wii U isn't selling, the PS4 announcement gets very mixed reactions, and I'm completely not excited about the next generation. Drilling down my own experience on why that is, observing what's happening and how to fix it.
Ouya, Steambox, Apple TV, PS4, Wii U. Everyone is fighting this year for the living room and it might get ugly.
Alex Nichiporchik's Comments
[News - 11/14/2013 - 01:50]
You should probably invest millions ...
You should probably invest millions into DRM and make sure the game cannot run when offline, and definitely in no way think about integrating into a service that makes buying the game worthwhile
[Blog - 11/11/2013 - 03:11]
Some good tips here, will ...
Some good tips here, will throw my 2 cents in r n r n1. Make it stupid easy. Journalists are people who get hundreds of e-mails per day. Nobody will read your wall of text. Clear, short messages. Straight to the point. r n2. Make the game speak for itself. ...
[Feature - 11/05/2013 - 03:00]
Hey, hey guys. Can anyone ...
Hey, hey guys. Can anyone please look at it from a platform 's perspective r n r nGreenlight warrants that a game is good enough, that it will sell well -- dictated by the community. This way Steam the platform knows it 's worth the effort to allow probably inexperienced ...
[Feature - 11/04/2013 - 04:00]
Facebook games aka spammy piece ...
Facebook games aka spammy piece of shit :D That about sums it up. Great write up, Leigh r n r nI remember the gold rush. We were in it. Our team was handling marketing campaigns for a Facebook app -- a real-time competitive games platform think multiplayer Candy Crush . ...
[Feature - 05/23/2013 - 04:00]
I can 't wait to ...
I can 't wait to play another 700 hours in TF2 while wearing the Oculus and running on an actual VR pad. Healthy gaming here we come
[Blog - 05/07/2013 - 05:09]