Find Your Inner-Child

To Designers,

If you want to be the next Will Wright or Shigeru Miyamoto you must remember that games are GAMES! They should be new experiences that bring excitement and fun!

The best way to get inspirations for games is to constantly look at life in a new light. If you can view life as you did growing up, designing that AAA title will be easy; making it is a whole different problem.

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Is the Media destroying the game industry?

One of the key factors that you’ll notice in this industry is that if your game does not have the right PR behind it, the game won’t sell. Even with the right marketing stragety main-stream websites and magazines may not publish anything about the game.

In the case of EDI’s Morning’s Wrath, our first PR went out near the release of the game October 2005. It wasn’t until I sent Gamespot.com 3 copies of the same PRs that they publish a page about the game in December 2005. Now with Malathedra Gamespot along with other major websites still have yet to publish anything about the title even though it was announced on June 1st 2006.

How are developers supposed to reach the gaming audience when the media doesn’t cover their game?

The Next-Generation of Heroes: Season 2

This is the sequel to The Next-Generation of Heroes. Two years after the original series was released, The Shadow is back to kick some major ass, but he might find that he’s not in Kansas anymore.

The Next-Generation of Heroes: Season 2
If there was a sequel to the movie about a teenage super hero, this would be it.

The Next-Generation of Heroes: Season 1

Back when StuffWeLike.com first began, we started a web video series called The Next-Generation of Heroes (NGH). It’s loosely based off of The Shadow. It is intended to be a parody from everything from movies, tv shows, music, and the internet.

Here’s a synopsis:
In the 21st century of the city, Mcgotham, there few that can be heroes. In this vigorous field of crime, punishment, and death these heroes stick their necks out to defend the innocent.

They cannot fail… They will not fail…

They are The Next-Generation of Heroes!

The Next-Generation of Heroes (film):
This is why teenage super heroes will never be anything more than sidekicks.

Behind the scenes: Thriller (Part 1)
Dancing Thriller was probably the most difficult scene to coordinate. This is why.

Behind the scenes: Thriller (Part 2)

Behind the scenes: Matrix Fight Scene Practice:
For the original fight scene in Movie 5 that rippied off the end battle in Matrix Revolutions. It was later replaced due to its suckiness.

Bloopers Part 1:

Bloopers Part 2:

Deleted Scenes: