Here’s a very cool concept with a great execution by the YouTubers at Many A True Nerd. They’ve created a Choose Your Own Adventure-style series following the story of Fallout: New Vegas, but instead of turning the pages of a book, you progress by clicking through annotations at the end of each clip.
"They're here. Oh God! They've found you!" And so it begins. You have two choices: run, or hide.
When the big two introduced motion comics a few years back, everyone had a good laugh at how terrible they were. They were difficult to read, watch and, generally, sucked all-around. Tonight in New York, DC is fixing all that and taking it a step further with DC2 (aka Dynamic Content) and DC2 Multiverse technology…
Finishing story mode is only the beginning of the adventure in inXile Entertainment's Hunted: The Demon's Forge. With the Crucible, players can spend their hard-earned gold pieces on creating and sharing endless custom dungeon romps.
Deus Ex: Human Revolution's Adam Jensen doesn't have to be a cold-blooded killer. Using a combination of stealth, technology, and social skills, Jensen can go through the entire game only killing bosses. Narrative game designer Mary DeMarle shows us how.