On 16 November, I told you about Gridiron Solitaire, an indie game developed by Friend-of-the-'Hat and all-around nice guy Bill Harris of Dubious Quality. At that time, Bill had submitted the game to Steam for possible greenlighting and I asked for votes in support of that effort. Alongside some Popehatters, friends of Bill from all […]
In an earlier post, I introduced you to the forthcoming indie PC game Gridiron Solitaire by our friend, the amazing Bill Harris, whose blog Dubious Quality has kept us in sentiment, insight, and stitches for many a year. The game is one of those 15-20 minutes-per-session card-based games that are easy to play over lunch […]
From game reviewer and gaming market analyst to game… developer?! Yep. Our friend Bill Harris of the fascinating blog Dubious Quality has been creating a game for the past couplethree years. One thing that's special about Bill is that he has an intricate understanding of all the tactical and strategic nuances of every sport that […]
Bethesda Softworks' Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is, graphically and in terms of size and scope, one of the most ambitious pieces of gaming software ever released. The game is something of a "sandbox" role playing game, set in the fantasy world of Tamriel where earlier games in the series, including Morrowind and Daggerfall, were set. […]
Via Cracked, the ten coolest games you'll never get to play because the game industry is wildly dysfunctional.