Not Just Story – The Best Mini-Games
editorial14 June 2020
What do The Witcher 3, GTA and Mortal Kombat have in common? Perhaps curiously, playing big games usually implies playing smaller ones, and some of the mini-games are truly exquisite. Here's our selection of the best ones.
Silent Protagonists Ruin Good Stories
editorial09 November 2019
There are mechanics and narrative means, which almost no one likes, and yet creators are very eager to use them. One of them are the killers of good stories, the silent protagonists.
Why open world games suck at telling a story?
editorial10 October 2018
A great map, a slew of activities, and unlimited freedom usually come at the price of a forgettable, pretext storyline. Is that always the case? And does it have to be like that?
Seven cardinal sins of sandbox games
editorial04 December 2017
Open worlds are currently all the rage in the AAA segment, but nobody seems to be doing too much to expand the known formulas. Most studios seem to fail at the task, and instead of making captivating and coherent worlds, they repeat the same mistakes.
FPS Veterans Talk Genre Future - And I Can't Agree More
editorial10 July 2021
Veterans of the FPS genre from Electronic Arts have outlined their vision for the future of the genre. It's worth remembering their words, because they are probably based not only on hunches, but also work they're already doing.
The Best RPG Companions and Squad Members
editorial22 May 2021
There are some companions from game you just can't forget. Even when we don't know what cause the hero fought for and what the plot was really about. This is probably most evident in RPGs.
Players Are Amazing - The Most Creative Gaming Fan Art
editorial04 May 2021
When passionate gaming doesn't quite cut it, and someone has a bit of talent and a lot of creativity, amazing things can happen. There are plenty of examples of some wild imagination that only we, gamers enjoy.