Having braved EGX 2016, our podcasting heroes relate their tales of daring dos, some gaming dont’s, highlights of EGX, thoughts on VR as a new way of role-playing and their insiders take on the ASA investigation of No Man’s Sky. Much beer is had.
Referenced and recommended resources:
‘Why is games TV advertising down year-on-year?’, Generation Media account executive Joe Phelan looks at the decline in games marketing so far this year and finds out in which sectors TV ads are concentrated.
Peter Molyneux Interview: “I haven’t got a reputation in this industry any more”, By John Walker
Advertising Codes: The UK Advertising Codes lay down rules for advertisers, agencies and media owners to follow.
‘Advertising Standards launches investigation into No Man’s Sky’ by Wesley Yin-Poole
Reddit thread discussing the No Man’s Sky official complaint to the ASA
‘Kane & Lynch 2 too violent for telly’, by Wesley Yin-Poole
‘How not to advertise games on TV’, by Volker Dressel
From EGX 2016:
Relapse: A horror themed adventure game
Troll and I is a third-person action adventure game with melee and long-ranged combat, cunning stealth, and dual character control.
29: A magical realist point and click game, that follows the personal experiences of Bo and Ao: two graduates preparing to move out of their flat.
Aaliyah: 2D Point and Click developed by Jameela Khan as part of the NFTS Games project
The Circle: VR role-playing developed by Manos Agianniotakis as part of the NFTS Games project
All the Delicate Duplicates: A transmedia project that narratively toys with the concept of time, offering a series of windows into the lives of its characters.
It’s here! The very first episode of your favourite new videogaming podcast, presented by a pair of narrative junkies.
Discussed on this show are:
Develop Brighton, Unnamed Shakespeare Game, VR and Fragments of Him
Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons and Neverending Nightmares
Gone Home, Life is Strange and Oxenfree
Resident Evil 7 and Soma
Maggie’s Plan and Mud
For those wondering after the podcast, it’s the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. And you can find the clip of teen dialogue in Gone Home, Oxenfree and Life is Strange