Wow, February 2015 was a whirlwind for CoiledRose. For starters, it has been 2 years since my first post about video games! I was able to gain an exclusive interview with Dave Gibbons at JHU Comics while he was promoting Kingsmen: The Secret … Continue reading
As you may already know, I was lucky enough to catch an interview with Dean Razavi of Vidar, on behalf of kick-ass video gaming site, Gaming Rebellion. My initial interview was featured on the Vidar Kickstarter, went viral on Reddit, and … Continue reading
This week, Gaming Rebellion caught up with indie developer Dean Razavi of Vidar for a quick Q&A. To those of you who don’t know, Vidar is an RPG Puzzle where everyone dies. It is an innovative video game seeking to offer customization and true … Continue reading
Hello followers! I took a break from December to focus on family, and now I’m bringing you my January 2015 archive. By the way, Happy New Year! I could have touched upon my favorite stories from 2014 last month, and … Continue reading
Details: Watch us live: www.twitch.tv/ladiesoftheroundtable Watch us later: LORT Youtube Coming soon to iTunes! ask.fm/PaigeSix Twitter: @Ladiesrdtable #LORTlive Hey everyone! I started to mess around with some graphics in order to promote my live show with Ladies of the Roundtable. Come … Continue reading
Dark Horse Comics’ RAT GOD, featuring Richard Corben’s expert writing and artwork, is one of the most highly anticipated horror comics of 2015. Originally announced at NYC Comic Con, its debut is finally set for February 4, 2015. RAT GOD … Continue reading
The start of the Holiday Season always gets to me! I’ve been behind, I’ve been making gingerbread houses with the family and decorating for the season, as well as working and shopping in the not-so-virtual world. But that’s no excuse … Continue reading
Hey everyone! I’ve been super busy this past October trying to bring to life some really exciting articles. My favorites included contributions to Another Castle’s 31 Days of Horror Marathon, and an incredible interview with Joe Fielder of Day for … Continue reading
Day For Night Games’ Kickstarter for The Black Glove is coming to a close within the week. Despite stellar coverage and an incredible team with a resume to-die-for, the numbersstill aren’t reaching their mark, but why? Day For Night Games is an … Continue reading
A milestone! I’ve been interviewed by Patrick Scott Patterson, Original PSP, for his Women of Gaming feature! I’m along side some great friends, as well as many other stellar women who are working in this growing industry. The statistics stand … Continue reading
Examiner has mentioned before how the Wii U may be seeing ‘Ghosts’ in the near feature, thanks to the unconfirmed comments made by Activision‘s Mark Rubin at a Gamestop Q&A. And if there wasn’t talk of it the on the books the ignition of fan … Continue reading
It seems the magic of the internet really ruined yet another “something” many gamers looked forward to for the next generation. Creator of Super Smash Bros. Masahiro Sakurai took it upon himself to indulge Smash Bros. fans about what to expect for the next installment on the Wii U, in his bi-weekly Weekly Famitsu column.
The devil was in the details for sure, as the main point that seems to have resonated very clearly is that Youtube and players who have uploaded the CG cutscenes from the game have forced the creator’s hand:
“Unfortunately, the movie scenes we worked hard to create were uploaded onto the internet. You can only truly wow a player the first time he sees [a cutscene]. I felt if players saw the cutscenes outside of the game, they would no longer serve as rewards for playing the game, so I’ve decided against having them.”
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According to a recent report from Game Informer, Xbox One will be making another huge flip-flop from its initial policies. We’ve explored in the past how their original policy could have really hurt the Indie and smaller developers, with games such as Day Z taking a strong stance against the platform. As it currently stands, independent developers will have to partner up with a larger publisher in order to sell their titles on the One. Forcing them to share a cut of their profits and adding up to large fees.
Speculation suggests that perhaps this policy change is in part to Sony’s new stance which encourages and streamlines the process of Indie publishing for the PS4. During their E3 presentation, Sony even went the extra mile allowing a plethora of Indie developers to take the stage and share what they were in the process of creating.
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Copperhead was announced during the San Diego Comic Convention on July 18, and now the Mad Hatter has been announced to make his way back onto the Batman villain roster on July 23. Sub-villains the likes of these offer a lot of fandom despite their traditionally smaller roles in the DC Universe. Now Rocksteady plans to enhance all of that in Batman: Arkham Origins, due to release this October 25th.
Copperhead was reimagined much like other femme villains in the franchise. Stripped of her reptilian DNA she’s sporting a rather sexy get-up with claws the likes of even Street Fighter’s Vega would envy, as they are laced with poison. Shown during the presentation to be threatening Batman interrogation style with her talons, she certainly looks like a force to be reckoned with, within the lunatic infested world of Batman: Arkham Origins.
The Mad Hatter, while having made…
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Hot Dog, it’s Tuesday again! Welcome Back. Two Cents Tuesday has become a great way for me to express myself without a name attached to me. Or to do something other than news! I mean I love game news, best … Continue reading