Steam recently announced Steam Deck, a portable console. You can find a more thorough explanation here.

I’d like to share with you 11 reasons why Steam Deck could cause an earthquake. It won’t kill consoles. It just has the possibility to, in theory, be a game-changer. In practice, we’ll have to wait for the release in December 2021, at least for Canada, the US, Europe and UK.

Source: steamdeck.com

Consoles were closed systems, Steam Deck just destroys this. You have Linux by default, but you can install Windows. You can also install emulators for Nintendo Switch, Game Boy, PS1, and many others…


EDIT: I’m not bitter with my experiences with past publishers! These are my opinion about publishers work; it’s not a complaint, more of an analysis with my experience working at several publishers.

I’ve worked with several publishers, game studios and worked on 20+ games at different stages of their development. Today, I’d like to share with you some ugly truths about them, some stuff that isn’t very sexy, clickbaiting or that you cannot act upon.

Source: Pixabay.

1 — Wishlists are the main figures that matter to them

Indie publishers used to suck at predicting a game’s success before its release. Nowadays, we know that wishlists have a huge impact on how games…

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