This week, GamesIndustry.biz announced that they will be hosting a panel at EGX 2019, alongside developers from Mediatonic (currently working on Fall Guys, a battle royale where you don’t kill anyone), about the rise of non-violent video games.
Today, Universally Speaking looks at the value of non-violent games and features, and recommends some of our favourites.
Read More Why We Love (And Need More) Non-Violent Video Games and Features
Gamescom has come-and-gone for another year, showing off a suite of incredible games both imminent and tantalisingly out-of-reach.
While attending the show, we at Universally Speaking had the chance to get hands-on experience with a number of titles.
Read More 5 Games I Played at Gamescom
Gamescom is the biggest annual trade event in the world for the gaming industry, and with Geoff Keighley’s recently announced ‘Opening Night Live’ pre-show it looks like this year will be bigger than ever.
Universally Speaking has all the details you need to know about this event, now less than a week away!
Read More Everything You Need To Know About Gamescom’s Opening Night Live
Last week, 434 Kirkland Way – former home of the storied Halo franchise, where it lived for much of its first decade – was demolished.
Universally Speaking pays tribute to this historic hub of creative talent in Kirkland.
Read More A Lament for 434 Kirkland Way – The Former Home of Halo
Universally Speaking emerges from the E3 buzz to celebrate Pride Month!
Today, we look back at three landmark moments for the representation of LGBTQ+ characters in gaming.
Read More Universally Speaking celebrates Pride Month