If you were going to give a talk or present a panel at a now canceled event, let us know if you'd like to stream it on our Twitch channel or use it to host a virtual conference! We're opening the door to let folks do online events. Drop a note to firstname.lastname@example.org Or if … Continue reading Offering up our Twitch channel & site as a home for canceled talks & panels.
Recently, the folks at Techland released a patch for their year 5 year old game, Dying Light. This is an open-world, action-RPG parkour zombie game. You play as a Kyle Crane, a very generic, entirely forgettable lead who sounds like but isn’t Troy Baker. In this city that is definitely not Turkey, a mysterious virus … Continue reading Old School Pick: Dying Light
Hey y'all, if you're going to #C2E2 next weekend, like D&D and want to check out your local, Wizards of the Coast Sponsored actual play 5e group, come to Room S404 on Sunday, March 1st at 12pm! https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ERRPVrcW4AEKbdh.jpg There'll also be codes given away for free shipping on our #Sponsor Level Up Dice's site for 30 days to everyone … Continue reading Catch Rivals of Waterdeep Live at @C2E2 next weekend!
It's that time of year again, time to sign up to hang out at PAX East for I Need Diverse Games! While we can't provide any transportation or other assistance, we can and will provide badges* to a few lucky folks that are able to help represent the organization and connect with the community. Please … Continue reading PAX East: Seeking Diversity Lounge Volunteers
The Witcher games, particularly Wild Hunt, have seen a recent resurgence in popularity thanks to the titular Netflix show. Though the books and games are divergent, they naturally have much in common – sharing a universe’s history, rather than strictly the present. The Witcher is set in a medieval fantasy world, created by Polish author … Continue reading Why the Witcher TV-series is a missed opportunity
Please read the previous part to understand this... NOTE: SPOILERS FOR DEATH STRANDING AT THE END OF THE ARTICLE When the world is ending, there’s nothing like a warm pizza. Well, at least in the mind of characters in Death Stranding. Despite the recognition that every religion not only got it wrong, but dramatically wrong; … Continue reading Thoughts on Death Stranding pt 2
So, looking at our Patreon as our only means of funding, we're not gonna make it much into 2020 without a significant boost. Or we'll have to cut back on what we do, significantly. Simply put, things cost $, and bringing in $1500 a month ain't gonna cut it. Not if we want to still … Continue reading We need help to stay afloat
The world is a dead, cold place. Isolation ebbs from the horizon, rather than the setting sun. People – or what remains of them – have dug themselves beneath the world, refusing to set foot on the poisoned planes of their species’ birth. That which ties them to the world, that which is meant to … Continue reading Thoughts on Death Stranding pt 1
Our 2020 GDC Scholarship Applications are closed! In partnership with the Game Developers Conference, I Need Diverse Games is once again a part of their Scholarship program! This means we will be awarding 25 Core + Summit passes to the 2020 Game Developers Conference, held March 16 – March 20, 2020 at the Moscone Center in San … Continue reading No Longer Applications for the INDG GDC 2020 Scholarship
Recently, I published a piece on IGN about Control and the weird and “New Weird” subgenre of horror. To me, what makes this such an essential genre is how it taps into the two conflicting realisations: our need for answers and our recognition of the vastness and weirdness of the universe in which we live, … Continue reading The New Weird and racist structures