Take that, Big Fish
INT. FRONT HALLWAY OF HOME – DAY
Wife and husband ALISON and JAMES are heading out to the supermarket, before visiting some friends for dinner. JAMES, a hidden object game designer, is putting on his shoes. ALISON waits impatiently by the door.
Where are the car keys, honey?
In the cupboard above the sink. Read the rest of this entry »
Let's be honest, the title sounds SO rude
I feel a weight of the pointlessness of trying to convince a hardcore gaming audience to give their money and time to a casual game. Clearly there’s a lot of prejudice, a lot of it earned by the crappy nature of so much of the casual market, the rest I’d argue pure snobbishness on the part of gamers. Obvious breakthrough exceptions, invariably published by PopCap, can crossover, but otherwise words like “hidden object” tend to have people click straight past. I think it’s a shame, because I just had a lot of fun playing Dark Strokes: Sins of the Fathers.
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