There’s a popular opinion that if you have a website that covers a broad range of topics, you will reach a bigger audience, and if you fit into a very specific niche, you will have a more devoted audience. However, there’s a sweet spot: How about a topic that is specific, but has hundreds of millions of fans. Enter: gaming. In this article we discuss How to Improve Your Site’s Reach in the Gaming Niche.
Arcade and video games have always attracted children and adults equally. Over the years, thousands of games have been developed, and more and more people have become addicted to video games, spending hours playing video games to complete levels and beat high scores. In this article we take a look at some Classic Arcade Video Game Logos of the 90’s.
Designers have a difficult job but those working in game design have it specifically hard. Join us in this article as we look at Three Challenges in Design for Online Gaming.
A recent headline in London’s Metro newspaper proclaimed that gaming is now bigger than movies and music combined. That is quite an assertion, and it will doubtless contribute to even more new entrants joining the fray in what is already a hugely crowded and competitive business sector.
Before the days of Discord, Teamspeak was the place for video game chat. I personally remember using it to chat with strangers all over the world while playing some of my favourite games. Teamspeak is an online voice and text chat service used for mainly video gaming and conference calls but could be used for almost anything. The software was founded in 2002 and since then grew to be one of the main crowd voice chat programmes available online.