In 2005, some will remember, film critic Roger Ebert provided a spark to the debate of games as art by labeling the form “inherently inferior to film and literature,” all because they lack “authorial control.” In other words, art can only be consumed by subordinate eyes and ears, not guided by thumbs. Continue Reading
Lead and Gold was recently released on steam,we had a chance to take a look at the game back in beta. A month on from our first look at the game, so its time to see if developer Fatshark has made any changes or if they used this time to refine the game. The short answer is no, the game still features the same classes, game modes etc as it did, the main change is the lag has gone apart from the standard lag will have come to expect from online games, and this is a good thing, the beta has given Fatshark a great chance to perfect the game, ready for its release.