It’s that time of year. Long lines outside electronics stores, rabid shoppers, and a mad scramble for products…oh, I’m not talking about the holidays. I’m talking about the launch of two new consoles. The PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are launching in North America and will have launched in most countries throughout the world by […]
Prescription lenses for Google Glass, Xbox One succeeds and fails, Flickr Photo Books arrive, Turntable.fm is shuttered, Place Pins for Pinterest, Philadelphia bans 3D guns, and Eric Schmidt helps out unhappy iPhone users.
Merely playing on our emotions doesn’t make a game “post-apocalyptic,” however. To truly fit in this category a game must feature both a ruined world and gameplay that forces players to confront the consequences of it. There are far fewer games that meet this requirement, but a few do stand out.
Who needs fancy 3D rendering and complex controls when keeping it simple is so fun and addictive?