Sunday, September 30, 2012

Book Review: Madman's Song by Jim Martin

New divorcee Leslie Bradford and her son Cody needed to start a new life somewhere, and they could think of no better than the idyllic small town Millford Springs. Moving into the house of their dreams they quickly settle into and become a part of the community. As with any horror novel their bliss soon turns to absolute horror as a violent crime rocks the town shortly after Cody begans to see dark shapes in his home. As the details of a terrible crime commited in the little town's past come to the surface, so something else surface. Something dark and very, very angry.

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Interview: Twisted Pixel Games

When one amateur video game article writer has a chance to interview one of his favorite developers he does not say no. We sat down with Jay Stuckwisch, Marketing Director and 2D Artist for Twisted Pixel to find out who that guy is on the spokes of I.R.I.S spokes, the protagonist from the newly shown game LocoCycle, and questions about the mighty beard of Frank Wilson. If you have no idea who Twisted Pixel is shame on you; luckily you can brush up on their awesomeness here at my developer spotlight.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Developer Spotlight: Twisted Pixel Games

Join me as we take a look at one of the best developers for XBLA (or 360 for that matter), and with good reason. Their blend of quarky humor and rock solid gameplay is a complete win in every regard and their purchase is probably the best move Microsoft has made in a long time.