ARTICLES 25 Nov 2017­ by Jay Shaw

Jay Talks: Loot Boxes and Assorted Industry BS

Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion, it will be a rant. There will be swearing and I will say things that will offend. If you don't like that idea, don't read it. It doesn't necessarily reflect the standpoint of Pixel Judge as an entity and doesn't impact our impartial coverage. Loot boxes have recently become…
ARTICLES 30 Oct 2017­ by Jay Shaw

PlayExpo Manchester 2017 Indie Games Showcase

This year we took our first trip to Replay Events PlayExpo Manchester to check out the indies on offer. We met some interesting people, played some games, hung out with some developers and generally had a good time. Before we begin I'd like to give a big thank you to all the indie developers that…
ARTICLES 21 Oct 2017­ by L Coulsen

You Can’t Spell Humble Without IGN

So IGN bought Humble. And it went down about as well as you would expect. With more than a few people declaring 10/10: won't buy again. A liberal dose of hyperbole all around, I'm sure, but there's also a grain of truth to it. Now, IGN have assured us that their acquisition will not result…
ARTICLES 09 Oct 2017­ by L Coulsen

So, About That Infamous EU Piracy Report

By now, I'm sure we're all aware that the EU commissioned a study regarding potential impacts piracy might have on media. You know the deal, things like downloading music from BeeMP3 (is that even still going?) or the latest Disney film from the Pirate Bay. All that good stuff. A debate that has been going…
ARTICLES 05 Aug 2017­ by K-putt

Let’s Talk About Walking Simulators

If you’ve never heard of 'Walking Simulators' before, it’s a game “genre” where you get to walk from point A to B with lots of story in between. Usually while not doing much else. Though I personally feel that by calling this genre 'Walking Simulators', we're doing most of these games a disservice. Some games…