Tales of the Rampant Coyote

Adventures in Indie Gaming!

Rocksmith 2014 Gets an Update – And a Concert!

Posted by Rampant Coyote on August 5, 2016

Rocksmith 2014 Edition Remastered is coming out this fall. Besides adding six new songs to the original lineup, it addresses nearly everything I’ve had on my wishlist over the years (yes, I’m still playing… though not as often as I should. But I’m still improving!). It will be released on all six platforms (Windows, Mac, […]

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Book Bomb: Death by Cliché

Posted by Rampant Coyote on August 4, 2016

Today is the day we’re trying to raise awareness (and spike sales) of a great book by Bob Defendi, Death by Cliché. I wrote about it a couple of weeks ago. Anyway, it’s awesome, my wife and I are both anxious for the sequel. Bob – who has written RPGs (the dice-and-paper kind) and supplements himself […]

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10 Classic Game Development Post-Mortems

Posted by Rampant Coyote on August 3, 2016

For many years, Game Developer Magazine and Gamasutra published Postmortems. They were always fascinating insights into the struggles of teams making some of the most popular games of the era. While there were fascinating tidbits unique to each game, a lot of the struggles and “best practices” were common, almost to the point of being […]

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Impressions: Stranger Things

Posted by Rampant Coyote on August 1, 2016

This weekend, we finished watching the series (first of many seasons, I hope) “Stranger Things” on Netflix. Here are some of my impressions. First of all — the gimmick. As I’ve often said, in all entertainment media, you need some kind of gimmick just to get attention. In the case of Stranger Things, the gimmick […]

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