The latest student-designed video game out of Drexel’s Entrepreneurial Game Studio is encouraging players to get close — really close — while racing through an obstacle course virtually and physically linked to their teammate. In […]
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Going Toe-to-Toe With ‘Pokemon Go’
Imagine you’re a student game developer and your first game is mentioned along with the likes of video game royalty like the Mario Brothers and Pokemon. That’s the case for a student company from Drexel’s […]
Q+A: Survival of the Coolest? The Struggle to Get Noticed in the Marketplace of Games
As a small game development company or startup, it’s hard to get noticed in a sea of hundreds of thousands of new games each year. This is one of the constant challenges for students embarking […]
Is Watching Video Games a New National Pastime?
While it might not have the same nostalgia as a trip to the ballpark, gathering around to watch someone play a video game has been happening since the age of arcades in the 1970s. This […]
Is ‘Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’ The Modern-Day ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ ?
In just over three weeks a mobile role-playing game featuring Kim Kardashian as your life coach has made more than $85 million and is projected to eclipse $200 million in sales by year’s end. While […]