An Interview with BachelorSoft

October 17, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

Recently we did an interview with BachelorSoft, an indie game developer exploring the open road and the fraught realities of bath towels. Contact them at @bachelorsoft or check out http://www.bachelorsoft.com. See below for the full interview. Hope you enjoy it! Etg: Hey there, how’s it going? Bachelor: Hey! I am doing fabulous. It is cool out […]

Currencies

September 11, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Currency. Every single game operates in exchange of various currencies, whether they’re obvious or not. The most immediate ways we see it exchanged with games is in things like points or coins, but it extends to less obvious types like lives and health and even into figurative currencies like available time. That is […]

The PC Engine and Hiho Densetsu: Chris no Boken

May 18, 2017 // Published by Stephen Keating

By Kitten Before I begin, let me first talk a bit about the platform, in general: Recently, I began diving deep into the library of the PC Engine – the Japanese version of what we know as the Turbografx-16 – a console that bombed so hard over here that it’s often considered obscure, today. The […]