.@Official_GDC launches low-income free Expo Pass program

Organizers of the Game Developers Conference have once again donated a number of complimentary GDC 2017 passes that will be given away (via lottery) as part of a special low-income GDC pass program. Part of organizers' ongoing efforts to attract a diverse array of the game industry's best and brightest, the complimentary Expo Passes awarded via … Continue reading .@Official_GDC launches low-income free Expo Pass program

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Please support our work on this #GivingTuesday

I'd like to thank all of you for your support of I Need Diverse Games, our initiatives, convention appearances, intermittent Twitch streams and our work. It's #GivingTuesday, a day to help out programs, foundations, non-profits and others with donations.Here are some ways in which you can support our work: Patreon — It’s our only steady funding source … Continue reading Please support our work on this #GivingTuesday

Review: Tyranny

Developer: Obsidian Platforms: PC Release date: November 10th 2016 Website: https://www.tyrannygame.com/ The North is solidly under the control of the Overlord, and now they turn their hungry gaze South to the Tiers. The Overlord’s armies are strong and the fractured Southern nations are unable to unite, even in the face of certain doom. This sounds … Continue reading Review: Tyranny

The Depth is In the Details: Stardew Valley and the Benefits of Earned Characterization

by Tyler Gausvik The “farming simulator” genre is not a new one—in fact to many who play them, it is a genre that has gotten a little tired with age and lack of new ideas. The Harvest Moon series is the clear contender for the most known in the genre of games set in rural … Continue reading The Depth is In the Details: Stardew Valley and the Benefits of Earned Characterization