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Gunpoint Review

June 18, 2013 |

Gunpoint‘s opening might seem familiar to anyone with experience in noir detective stories: freelance spy Richard Conway is contacted by a mysterious woman with a problem that needs to be solved. The twist that sets the stage for Gunpoint‘s … Read More

Indie at E3: Sony welcomes devs with open arms (Part 2)

June 18, 2013 |

 

In our previous article on indie games at E3, we covered four amazing titles that will be eschewing the trappings of Microsoft’s millstone console for the glitz and dev-friendly offerings of the PS4. Let’s take a look at … Read More

Review: Skyward Collapse

June 16, 2013 |

Arcen Games, the creators of A Valley Without Wind and Shattered Haven have recently released a new god game titled Skyward Collapse. As the Creator you get to build up your two civilizations of the imaginary continent … Read More

Review: Kentucky Route Zero (Act II)

June 13, 2013 |

There is something to be said for a second chapter in a mystifying production. The plot begins to thicken, questions become downright head-scratching, and it can tend to throw you some serious mind-bending moments alongside brand new … Read More

Reus Review

June 6, 2013 |

Reus markets itself as a 2D god game. Indeed, at first glance that’s exactly what it looks like, as the player controls four planet-shaping giants on a mission to help humans survive and thrive on a once barren wasteland. … Read More

Anomaly 2 Review

May 30, 2013 |

The original Anomaly was a unique twist on the increasingly popular tower defense genre. Billing itself as a “tower offense” game, in Anomaly you had to guide the convoy of attacking units through the towers, using the special abilities … Read More

Review: Strike Suit Infinity

May 26, 2013 |

 

Shooting ships in space will always be a fun concept. Who doesn’t get excited when thinking of climbing into the cockpit of a massive space fighter, armed to the teeth, and blasting through the hulls of … Read More

Monaco: One Vault at a Time

May 9, 2013 |

Monaco is an action game that gives you and up to three friends the opportunity to break out of jails and rob banks or rich old men. While the game attempts to give you the feel of … Read More

Eador: Masters of the Broken World Review

May 2, 2013 |

A quick disclaimer before I begin: despite being a fan of 4X strategy games, I’ve never played Eador: Genesis. This means that I can’t really pull up the original game as a reference point when judging Masters of the … Read More

Interview: Greg Kasavin talks Transistor

April 23, 2013 |

Last Friday I got a chance to sit down with Greg Kasavin, creative director of the 2011 smash indie hit Bastion and now working full steam ahead on Supergiant’s newest title Transistor. We talked extensively about Transistor’s story, what … Read More