Modernizing taxi navigation and payment is one thing, but do we really need uniform cars? PLUS Fear of a gaming industry exodus and more in our news round-up.
The Just for Laughs affiliated Mondial des jeux festival features the first-ever North American qualifying event for the France-based Electronic Sports World Cup
Coderre calls for longer bar hours, CRTC calls for sexier CanCon, Habs score new blood & more in our news round-up.
Lost amid all the news of recent layoffs at EA Montreal is the fact that the studio rather quietly released Visceral Montreal’s final game, Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel, late last month. It’s presumably the last chapter in a maligned trilogy, that if truly dead, will have gone down as an exclusively made-In-Montreal series.
Montreal has a new gaming festival, and surprisingly enough it’s all thanks to our local libraries.
Long awaited in the local gaming community, hellishly entertaining game Party of Sin is finally available. Our gaming critic takes a spin.
Local developer Henry Smith talks about Spaceteam, his innovative, exclusively local multiplayer iPhone game that gets gamers screaming.
In news that may either delight or depress you, Montreal’s biggest library has just opened its new video game lending section.
Local game designer William Dubé talks about his whimsical free-to-play game, released as an Android app today.
An arcade-style video game party brings gaming fans together and gives new talent in the industry a chance to be discovered.