Mike Rose's Expert Blogs
In the latest Gamasutra video interview, editor Mike Rose discusses human behavior with SpyParty creator Chris Hecker, and how the subtle (and not so subtle) ways in which people interact with each other molded the game's design.
If you're a PlayStation fan, or even if you aren't, chances are you've laid eyes on the rather fantastic "For the Players Since 1995" video that Sony published earlier this week.
After playing GTA V for 30+ hours, I realized I hadn't once gone on a typical GTA-style killing spree. I turned to Twitter to see if others had had the same experience.
Gamasutra editor Mike Rose talks to Rami Ismail of Vlambeer about his new game, Nuclear Throne.
GTA Online, the online portion of GTA V, was released last week. It doesn't work very well. Should original GTA V critiques be updated?
The mayor of Amesbury, where Stonehenge can be found, asked me to model the area in SimCity. Naturally, I obliged.
Theme Aquarium is apparently a 1998 release developed by Bullfrog, with a name and logo that suggests it is the next in the Theme series. But was it actually made by Bullfrog?
Enviro-bear 2000, Octodad, QWOP, Surgeon Simulator 2013... this genre needs a name!
I modelled my home town in SimCity 2000 to see how it compares to my previous SimCity model.
What the free-to-play space really needs is a bit of creativity. And what better way to inspire than with a game jam?
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