Kudos From The NY Public Library!

By Harold Goldberg We don’t usually tout our community service work here, although we sometimes mention what we’re doing in Manhattan, the Bronx and beyond. But I think it’s OK to have someone do it for us, especially when it’s someone smart who knows the world of community service well. The New York Public Library’s Thomas Knowlton recently sent this note to the…

The Roundup: Shooters, Oculus, Shigeru Miyamoto, and GOTY

  Season’s greetings, Circle gang! It’s Jon again with your weekly Circle Roundup. Today’s Roundup is brought to you by snow! So when you think of snow, you probably think of Christmas. And when you think of Christmas, you (hopefully) feel happy! Christmas trees, candy canes, nutcrackers, Santa Claus, and the Sticky Bandits. Snow =…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz From us here at the New York Videogame Critics Circle, a moment of silence… Sara Clemens collects tributes to Satoru Iwata on Videodame. Chelsea Stark reports Oculus‘ acquisition of Pebbles Interfaces, a tech company making VR hand tracking sensors. Ebenezer Samuel reviews God of War III Remastered. Turns out Kratos has aged pretty…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz Currently exists partially out of phase. Will be back soon… Ebenezer Samuel reviews Project CARS, Slightly Mad Studios’ take on the racing simulator genre. Ben Gilbert details Nintendo’s future for mobile games, with the company planning a “quality over quantity” approach. Chelsea Stark reports on the official release date of the Oculus…

The Roundup: The Circle Speaks

By Harry Rabinowitz IGF, AGDQ, CES, OS VR, our members have all the acronyms for you in this week’s Roundup! Mike Futter brings you the list of finalists for the 2015 Independent Games Festival. The list shares some similarities to our very own New York Game Award nominees! Jason Schreier’s been watching Awesome Games Done…