Indie Games

E3 2017: The Darwin Project

Slaughter Studio’s The Darwin Project is a console launch exclusive. It’s a multiplayer asymmetrical battle royale game set in the Colorado Rockies. The premise is “half science, half live entertainment.” Another ice age is looming, and players are challenged to fight and survive. The fights are, naturally, televised. When the game starts, six players are dropped in the wilderness with only a bow ...[Read More]

GaCuCon Impressions

This was just a super fun event! There was food, indie games, VR, special guests, and more. The gaming Culture Convention Cruise & Expo, also known as GaCuCon, was just great! Hosing this event was Andru Fratarcangeli, who’s a great person to talk to, as well as his crew. The guests included Mr. Johnathan Wedel, aka Fatal1ty; Mr. Destructoid himself, Yanier Gonzalez; Mr. Greg Street, Director ...[Read More]

Never Ending Night – Knight’s Saga Now Available on Steam

Dot Dream Studios has released Never Ending Night – Knight’s Saga on Steam today. Knight’s Saga is second quest for Never Ending Night. Owners of the base game will have Knight’s Saga added as a free update to the game. Here is the information about the update: Controller support, massive bug fix, menu change, total overhaul for systems, and 10 Hour extra game play free is finally here! (That incl...[Read More]

Never Played: Stardew Valley

Usually, I miss playing a game because of the perpetual backlog of games I have. Other times, though, I actively attempt to avoid playing a game. In the case of a game like Homefront: The Revolution, the reason is obvious: it sucks! With a game like Stardew Valley, it’s equally obvious to me. I know that the moment I start the game, I will become consumed by it. So I started up the game. I will re...[Read More]

Xbox Live Tips Off Earthlock as Free Game for Next Month

Microsoft has let slip that Earthlock: Festival of Magic will be one of the free games for Xbox Live’s Games for Gold in September. The game is a western-themed adventure game that plays like a JRPG. The game’s developer is Snowcastle Games, a Norwegian studio, and Nordic themes are present in the game. Earthlock: Festival of Magic began as a Kickstarter project in 2013. Snowcastle announced...[Read More]

Indie Game Lookout for August 18, 2016

The hunt for great upcoming indie games continued this week thanks to a few more suggestions. As always, these are the three games I found or was tipped off to that I really feel good about. If you know of any great indie games that you would like me to check out, let me know via Twitter. The Incredible Journey of You and I Developer: Shy Kids Club Platform: PC, Mac, Linux Release Date: 2017 Avail...[Read More]

No Man’s Sky : Survival and Exploration at its best

After Years of waiting and hype building around this game . . . It’s Finally here!  No Man’s Sky has had more hype around it then most Marvel or Dc movies. For having such a small development team, Hello Games Created a universe with no boundaries or end in sight. The sheer Size of this game for only being 5.4 GB in size is astounding. However, Hello Games shot to reach for the stars but came up s...[Read More]

Death Road to Canada Review

Developer: Rocketcat Games Publisher: Rocketcat Games Platform Reviewed: PC Release Date: July 22, 2016 Acquired via: Steam As far as tired video games tropes go, the zombie game is near the top of my list. From the classic Zombies Ate Me Neighbors on my SNES to Dying Light on the PlayStation 4, I have played my share of zombie games. Honestly, I’m zombied out. It’ll take something real interestin...[Read More]

Indie Game Lookout for August 4, 2016

I’m beginning to feel a bit self-conscious when I craft my Indie Game Lookout.. This column is supposed to highlight great indie games of all stripes. However, I keep getting pulled in by all the awesome shooters I see. I can’t help it; I’m a sucker for the pew-pew. Yes, they have been great indie finds, but I want to shine a light on other genres. So for this edition of Indie Game Lookout, I am f...[Read More]

Song of the Deep Review

Insomniac is one of the greatest developers in the gaming world they created some stellar franchises like Ratchet and Clank, Resistance and Sunset Overdrive. They have now created a smaller type of game called Song of the Deep a Metroidvania style of action-adventure game. Players take on the role of a young girl named Merryn who father doesn’t return home. Merryn quickly decides to build a ...[Read More]

Indie Game Lookout for July 28, 2016

Another week, another batch of Indie Game Lookout titles. I actually had more intriguing titles than I had spots. I do want to keep it to three entries per week; I don’t want to drop a whole encyclopedia on everyone. I’m thinking of doing side bits where I highlight a particularly juicy title. Let me know what you think about that, and please keep feeding me indie goodness on my Twitter account. W...[Read More]

Never Ending Night: Knight’s Saga Early Impressions

Developer Dot Dream is poised to enter a new phase with its latest project, Never Ending Night: Knight’s Saga. It is due to be released on September 13, 2016 via Steam for PC, Mac, and Linux. In addition, the game will also see an as-yet undated release on both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4. This is a huge step for them; they will potentially reach a much wider audience with this move. It’s a...[Read More]

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