The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz IGF, upcoming games, current games, interviews, and tech are all featured in this week’s Roundup. Circle newcomer Joshua Rivera wraps up the 2015 Independent Games Festival with a list of winners and videos. Check it out! Dan Ackerman reviews the NVIDIA Shield, “the world’s first Android TV console”. Jason Schreier has a…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz In this installment of The Roundup, we’ve got business, reviews, videos, and VR. Outside The Roundup, everybody’s packing up and heading out to the Game Developers Conference. Maybe we’ll see you there! Chris Plante talks with Polygon’s Megan Farokhmanesh about why you (yes, you) should care about GDC. Chelsea Stark takes us back…

Photos! New York Videogame Awards

Photographer Edward Inzauto graciously approached us after the New York Videogame Awards to say he had taken candid shots throughout the event, which reached nearly 135,000 viewers on Twitch. So here’s Mr. Inzauto’s look at the festivities at Villain in Brooklyn — everything from the show onstage to the reactions in the audience to the…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz It’s been a while, but we’re back! A quick reminder that if you missed the Awards, you can still check it out on our Twitch channel. But this is The Roundup! Jeff Bakalar and John Azzilonna review The Order: 1886. Both laud the games graphical fidelity but are dissapointed by other aspects of the…

NY Game Awards: Winners!!!

Here’s a quick list of all of the winners of the 4th Annual New York Game Awards. Big Apple Award for Best Game of the Year Wolfenstein: The New Order (Bethesda Softworks) A-Train Award for Best Mobile Game Threes (Sirvo)  Ebbets Field Award for Best E-Sports Experience Super Smash Bros. Melee (Nintendo) Tin Pan Alley…

First Ever Award Accepted in a Snowstorm

by Harold Goldberg You can’t fight the Mother Nature. I know this all too well; I’m from Buffalo, New York originally. Late yesterday just before the 4th Annual New York Game Awards went live, we received word from Bethesda Softworks that their representatives couldn’t make it to up to New York City due to inclement weather…