M. Joshua Cauller's Member Blogs
Sometimes, a trailer can only be understood in light of the game itself. So M. Joshua first reviews the trailer for 'Mystic Melee' before playing-through the game's basic modes; making sense of their relationship with one another.
Sometimes, a trailer can only be understood in light of the game itself. So M. Joshua first reviews the trailer for 'The First Tree' before playing-through the game's first introduction; making sense of their relationship with one another.
NEO Scavenger mobile trailer may be the trailer I’m most proud of producing. That said, most advice I’d offer from the project is terrible! Seriously, it’s awful.
Blasphemous just tripled its Kickstarter goal. Since it's so successful, let's look at what the Kickstarter trailer got right — and 5 takeaways devs can glean for making their own crowdfunding trailer.
Into The Breach shows how to announce a turn-based tactics game the best way possible. Here's 5 trailer takeaways — for devs making their own turn-based tactics trailer.
Flinthook got a lot right, especially its gameplay trailer. Here's 5 Flinthook trailer takeaways — for devs making their own trailer.
Bokida — Heartfelt Reunion is out today: the game is difficult to explain, but I think we solved some of the hardest-to-explain aspects in the trailer. Here are some trailer takeaways for games that are hard to explain.
Dead Cells is out! And I’m there. Why? Because the reveal trailer is damn-near-perfect.
Since first-person-narrative game trailers struggle to show what makes the game great, let's look at what has been done well, and what can be improved with the phenomenal, 'What Remains of Edith Finch.'
Last week, David O'Reilly released the trailer for his game, Everything. True to the title, the trailer tries to encapsulate all that the game has to offer in a single stretch — that's ten minutes long. Something about this works...
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