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Is The Matrix a Reality? Oculus Rift and Gaming

Is The Matrix a Reality? Oculus Rift and Gaming

Sep 30, 2013

Last week’s Eurogamer Expo at London’s Earls Court Exhibition Centre featured a whole host of new technology.  There was next generation gaming to be found in the form of the Xbox One and Playstation 4, but my interest was piqued far more by the presence of Oculus VR and their virtual reality headset, the Oculus Continue reading →

Steam Universe: What it means for Developers

Steam Universe: What it means for Developers

Sep 30, 2013

The next-generation has a new challenger, in the form of the Steam Machine. However, this is not simply one contender, as multiple parties are going to develop an array of Machines that run Steam OS, purely intended to bring PC games to the living room. Also, Valve unveiled a new controller, that is drastically different Continue reading →

The Importance of Gaming Narratives

The Importance of Gaming Narratives

Sep 27, 2013

The importance of a great gaming narrative has grown significantly as gaming technology has improved and as the gaming industry has aged. Although many games focus on multiplayer to drive the sales and longevity of their titles, when it comes to single player games, they have to work a lot harder to keep its audience Continue reading →

Indie Spotlight: Glass Bottom Games – Megan Fox, Cats in Fedoras and Hot Tin Roof

Indie Spotlight: Glass Bottom Games – Megan Fox, Cats in Fedoras and Hot Tin Roof

Sep 27, 2013

Over the coming weeks, Gaming IQ will be publishing a fortnightly column that spotlights the latest & greatest the indie gaming developer community has to offer. Stay tuned for highlights from the most exciting and innovative indie studios!   Glass Bottom Games is an independant games developer based in Denver, who are passionate about creating Continue reading →

IndieGameStand Launches Developer-Orientated Store

IndieGameStand Launches Developer-Orientated Store

Sep 27, 2013

The people behind IndieGameStand have launched a fully fledged online store for the site. Initially, it was a flash-sale site which implemented ta “pay-what-you-want” model for their featured indie games. But now they have a proper store, where they plan to offer a huge array of indie titles for the public to enjoy. It has Continue reading →