Éric Chahi's Another World (AKA Out of This World) is a timeless cult classic, one that holds up because if its stunning cinematography and narrative. So what happens when fans respectfully recreate a part of it? Magic.
Hey, it's rickonami, back with another HD remake of a famous video game intro. Last time we saw him, he was messing with some classic console games, but his latest is a little closer to my heart.
Hideo Kojima, creator of the Metal Gear series—which turns 25 next year—says he's drawn influence from four video games above all others. They are four very different games, each "very important" he says. What are they?
Silence and danger; stark, foreboding mystery, and the wonders of a truly alien world. Eric Chahi's Another World stands as one of the great video games of the 1990's, a testament to the power of one man's creative vision. It was a game that was so far ahead of its time that many of today's releases still haven't…
Classic, cinematic 90s platformer, Another World (Out of this World to some of you) is available today for the iPhone and iPad.
It was 1992. I was at my friend Paul's house, playing games on his mighty 486 PC, and we'd just finished a complete playthrough of Monkey Island for probably the 100th time. Bored, he turns to me and says "Oh yeah, my brother got this new game. Let's play that."
Not only can you now relive this year's Game Developers Conference keynote from Nintendo president Satoru Iwata, who spoke about the creation of Kirby and the devaluation of games in "Video Games Turn 25: A Historical Perspective and Vision for the Future," you can experience the best part of GDC 2011: the classic…
Eric Chahi, the creator of moody landmark adventure game Out of This World (aka Another World), once fought with his publisher, Interplay, via fax machine. Things got so bad at one point he attacked Interplay's offices with the dreaded "infinite fax."