PC games had humble beginnings, as anyone playing Pong in a faintly lit bar during the 1970s can tell you. From those roots, gaming has become possibly the common sort of tasteful and social enunciation in the 21st century. It’s the place development blends immaculately with creative mind, where workmanship matches the solicitations of business, and where enormous, world-crossing bleeding edge games can remain close to one another with minimal self-governing imaginative dreams. Tragically, through these changes, explaining games hasn’t seemed to progress.

That is the spot we come in.