Words with Jared Potter on his BioShock short film.
You may have come across Jared Potter’s BioShock short film ‘New Year’s End‘ on other videogame sites already, and for good reason; it’s brilliant. A perfect mix of 1950s aesthetics, nostalgic references from the game and the director’s own vision
On playing with dolls, and your self.
In the first of what we hope to be many guest posts, C.J. Kershner discusses identity and existentialism with Double Fine’s Lee Petty, with a little bit of bestiality, necrophilia and incest thrown in for good measure.
Talking minimalism with Pulse art director Will Stallwood.
We were pretty smitten with the beautiful touch-based music game Pulse when we played it through for our glowing review. Judging by the fact that it quickly became the #1 music game on iTunes (eclipsing big-name offerings such as Rock
Talking art and games with Gary Lucken.
We sit down for a natter with videogame-influenced illustrator Gary Lucken, who tells us about getting his big break, collecting retro treasures and kicking his World Of Warcraft addiction.
C.J. Kershner on telling better stories.
This week, new IP Homefront goes toe-to-toe with the established shooter behemoths. Chief writer C.J. Kershner explains exclusively to infinitecontinues how it aims to compete.
Yacine Salmi on what it means to go indie.
Having already worked for such giants in the industry as EA and Sony, Yacine Salmi already knows the work that’s required in making a hit release. Tired of working on others’ projects, and wanting complete control over his own, Salmi
Indie dev Adam Holmes on the power of nostalgia.
Adam Holmes is the man behind recent XBLIG Hurdle Turtle, the simple but effective blast of retro gaming goodness that we recently reviewed. With Pixel Whirled, another 8-bit-inspired title, also on his CV, he knows a thing or two about
8-Bit Artist on pixels, paintings and Perler beads.
Five years ago, Chris Olian (a.k.a. 8-bit Artist) wanted a painting of Megaman to hang on his wall. When his friend failed to deliver, he took up the challenge himself. Thus began a productive hobby that spawned two hundred artworks,
Console collecting on a grand scale.
If you have an internet connection and an interest in videogames (of course you do, why else would you be here?) then chances are that you have already come across the simplistic beauty of Consollection.de. A photographic archive of the
The Text Zedventure creator.
After enjoying a trip back to simpler times with the unique Text Zedventure, I tracked down its creator Matthew Reynolds to talk about his game. Matthew tells us why he chose Save The Rhino as the charity which some of