Alright lads, time for a rant. I´ve worked in the games industry for nearly 6 years now and I have been part of some big companies and titles. Players still complain about the likes of EA a lot for example. EA has been titled as “greedy”, “money hungry bastards” or “rip off” by gamers across the world … More Steam – Grab that money and run!
2017 is a crucial year for elections in some of the biggest European countries and as many of you know, the prospects look somewhat concerning. After Britain has already voted to leave the EU there are also the anti-EU parties Front National in France or the AfD in Germany on the rise. If they get … More Antifa – A tale about cowards with sticks and stones
I was a gamer already early on in my life on DOS, Windows 3.11 and 95, Game Boy and Super Nintendo. I played the crap out of games like Doom, Stunts, Interstate 76, Anno 1602 and others together with my friends but never did it cross my mind that working for a games company was an … More My long way into the games industry (part 1)
Before I begin: Congratulations to Donald Trump on winning this democratic election. There has been an insane uproar on all of my social media feeds about the election in the states. It seems that over night the perception of the whole world has changed. First of all: I am not happy that Trump is President. … More The U.S. elections – President Trump
The times where right wing parties and according views and discussions could only be met and heard behind closed doors or at the regulars’ table in the good ol’ pub are long over. Parties like the AFD in Germany or the Front National in France are winning significant approval quickly while the well established parties … More Fortress Europe – Clouds are gathering
Months have passed since, what many thought to be impossible, happened. After a populist campaign, based on lies and fueled with fear, by professional cowards such as Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, our friends from Great Britain voted to leave the European Union. A construct built on piece, cultural exchange and wealth they also played … More Brexit – My Generation