The Creative Gaming Award is granted anually during the PLAY – Creative Gaming festival and honors the most creative and innovative games and media.
Manchmal geschieht es, da begegnet man einem Spiel, das die eigene Welt verändert. Seien es besonders kreative Ideen, die den Horizont erweitern, eine immersive Erfahrung, die neuester Technologie und eingehender Musik geschuldet ist, oder eine Geschichte, die unter die Haut geht. Manchmal geschieht es, dass etwas scheinbar Belangloses sich zu etwas Großem entwickelt.
There are few secrets hidden in the vast world of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt that we have not yet discovered. While we travelled through dangerous woods and swamplands, unveiled mysteries in astonishing cities and had sexual intercourse with several characters, there is still information left that the developers themselves share rarely. At the 2016 PLAY Conference, which took place during the annual PLAY – Creative Gaming festival in Hamburg, Sebastian Kalemba, animation director at CD Projekt RED, shared his knowledge about motion capturing and character design in The Witcher 3, including the development of Geralt’s finishers and fight scenes, Olgierd’s fencing technique and Origin, Ciri’s appearance and the Giant Toad’s destiny.
At this year’s gamescom I had the opportunity to take a look at Orwell, the highly successful „detective-data-mining-story and point’n’click-and-textadventure“. Furthermore, I talked to Art Director Melanie Taylor about the setting, the studio’s aim, difficulties during development and the game’s future.
Picture: Re-Logic When I first heard that Re-Logic is working on Terraria: Otherworld and I saw the first trailer, I was excited as hell. I spend seemingly edless hours in Terraria and still like to play it when I find time to do so. Consequently, I am eager to play the new game, Terraria: Otherworld, which […]