“Everyone has done something and disappointed someone–or hurt someone–whether it’s a small thing or a big thing,” the game designer Adam Orth was telling me a couple of Fridays ago, after I played a few hours of his newest game. “And recovering from that, everyone has had that. It’s a universal truth. It’s a universal…
Adr1ft, the cool exploration game that takes cues from Gravity and is being developed by Adam Orth's studio Three One Zero, is set to release in Summer 2015. We got a new peek of it tonight at The Video Game Awards, and it looks great.
Link(s) To The Past is a new weekly feature in which we look back at least year's big news and analyze how far we have (or haven't) come.This week Microsoft's Adam Orth told people to "deal with" always-on consoles, BioShock Infinite got us talking, and rumors painted a troubling picture of Doom 4.
Adam Orth, one of last year’s most notorious people on the Internet, was nervous last week as he was showing me his new creation: a beautiful, unusual game that he says was borne from his 2013 travails.
It sounds impossible, and it might sound crazy to you. Adam Orth, Internet Enemy #1 this past spring—the Deal With It, always-online ex-Microsoft guy—is sizing up the past several months of pain and hurt and sounds like a man reborn. "It was a good year for me," he says.
Microsoft is sorry about yesterday's Twitter drama surrounding Adam Orth, a creative director at the company's Xbox division, though they're not ready to speak freely about the part of that drama that could actually affect your gaming future.
Think you are upset about that Microsoft creative director's always-online remarks? No, you are not upset. Francis, however, is upset. Very upset.
Adam Orth is a creative director at Microsoft Studios. That places him pretty high up on Microsoft's video game chain of command. Not the top, but he's an important guy.