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PUBG: Why I Cant Stop Playing This Terribly Optimized, Overhyped Game

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is one of the most terribly optimized and laggy games I’ve played in recent years. It’s been in Early Access since it’s launch back in March 2017 and only just came out in 1.0 Dec 20th. By then, I had already invested +100 hours in playing the game, and just as much time … Continue reading PUBG: Why I Cant Stop Playing This Terribly Optimized, Overhyped Game

Stoic’s Top Ten Games of 2017

"I took a year off but I’m back with my 2017 Game of the Year List! 2017 has been the best year for games in recent memory, with Nintendo’s strongest launch lineup since…ever! We also saw some amazing indie title debuts. Let’s start from the bottom. 10. Doki Doki Literature Club DDLC has been taking … Continue reading Stoic’s Top Ten Games of 2017"

GDC 2016 Postmortem: Working the Indie Megabooth

"March 14-18 was the 30th edition of the Game Developer Conference in San Francisco. It was also my first GDC, first time in SF, and first time showcasing a game at a convention! I was there promoting OneShot, alongside the lead programmer Mathew Velasquez, at the Indie Megabooth on the 3rd floor of the West … Continue reading GDC 2016 Postmortem: Working the Indie Megabooth"

The Steam Winter Sale

"This post will be focused on the Steam Winter Sale and how Labyrinthine Dreams profited (or didn’t). This year, Steam did something a little different. Instead of having Daily Deals and Flash Sales, Steam had a flat sale the entire 2-week Winter Sale period. The hypothesis was that this new format would serve customers that might … Continue reading The Steam Winter Sale"

Mark’s Top 10 Games of 2015

"2015 was a good year for gaming. I still don’t own a PS4 or Xbox One, so most of my gaming was done on PC. Fortunately, PC ports now come out alongside their console releases, and are often the definitive version. Other than missing out on a few exclusives (e.g. Bloodborne, Until Dawn), I was … Continue reading Mark’s Top 10 Games of 2015"