Top 5 Controversies of 2015

It’s been a year of plenty of controversies in video gaming, as it seems every year is. For this Top 5, I had plenty to work with, but I decided on a few criteria to cut things out. First off, I’m not going to be going over any thing that was more in the line of disappointing, particularly any game launches that were less than stellar. I will be going over the disappointments of 2015 in a later article, but for now I’m just going to cover controversies.¬† Continue reading “Top 5 Controversies of 2015”


Unreal Engine 4 and Source 2 Engine Are Free To Use

SteamWord came this week¬†that two video game engines will become free to use. Firstly, the Unreal 4 Engine was announced that it will be free to use, with a percent of profits. Then, Valve showed of the Source 2 Engine at the Game Developers Conference and told us that using the new engine would be free, barring royalty costs. Continue reading “Unreal Engine 4 and Source 2 Engine Are Free To Use”