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Georgi was only a wee child when he discovered the wonders of blowing up bad guys in Unreal Tournament. Since then, he’s grown into a game maker, a connoisseur of weird indie offerings and a madman writing about said things on the internet. As it turns out, he’s also pretty good at making homemade pizza.
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Strafe Being Published by Devolver Digital is a Match Made in...

Bullet dodging? Check. Pixelated blood? Check. Classic 90s VHS static? Check. Oh, let's also add Devolver Digital to the list, since Strafe developers Pixel Titans have announced their...

Step Away. Horror Adventure Nevermind Cuts The Cord

Nevermind is perhaps one of the most interesting horror games of 2015, at least in terms of how it intertwines technology and gameplay. Released...

In Retrospect — From Kickstarter to SUPERHOT

It’s amazing how much a simple concept can achieve. Brought to the world as “a game where time moves only when you move”, SUPERHOT was...

Posthuman: Sanctuary Isn’t Your Typical Post-Apocalyptic Game

At first, Posthuman: Sanctuary seems like just another narrative-driven game about life after the apocalypse. Foreseeable deaths, quickly tiring sacrifices, pesky travelers secretly stealing rations...

Hands-On With Creepy Road – A Classic Run N’ Gun Shooter

Creepy Road is one of those games that just brings back old memories of mindless run and gun classics involving nothing but reflex, skill...

The Flame in the Flood Teaches Us About the Perils of...

If there's one thing I've learned from The Flame in the Flood's trailers, it's that things can always take a turn for the worse....
A House of Many Doors

Exciting Days Are Ahead for A House of Many Doors

I like to describe A House of Many Doors as a game about procedural poetry and parasitic espionage. Or, if you want a more descriptive...

Prepare to Lose Yourself in A Place for the Unwilling

As trivial as it may sound, games have a long way to go when it comes to truly achieving narrative freedom. But for all the...

Be an Evil Horror Mansion Owner in MachiaVillain

Wouldn't it be fun to embody the very evil essence of a cheesy villain, just for one day? You know, the classic type that...

Godus Wars, Kickstarter Backer Reactions and How to Not Open a...

It’s really been a slow year filled with radio silence for Peter Molyneux and his team of 22cans. After a disastrous Godus launch on...
Darkest Dungeon is a Kickstarter funded RPG that was just released to Steam Early Access.

How Darkest Dungeon Stayed True to Its Kickstarter Promises

It entered the crowdfunding realm on March 14, 2014. It covered its $75,000 goal in less than 24 hours. A year later, it was...

Adorably Dark Mable & The Wood Heading to Kickstarter

Ah, good old Ludum Dare. A place where all sorts of crazy wee prototypes pop-up. One of those you might remember, it goes by...

Industry Vets Unleash No-Pants Sword Combat With Sword of Gary 6000

From the makers of the original Thief and Deus Ex 2 comes Sword of Gary 6000. It's a bit like Mike Tyson's Punch-Out, but...

Can John Smedley’s Hero’s Song Deliver a Truly Narrative-Driven RPG?

The days of old-school AAA devs delving into the tempting land of Kickstarter for the first time might be behind us, but John Smedley...
Stasis

Stasis Developers Promise a Prequel Built From the Ground Up

It’s no secret that Stasis was a huge success on Kickstarter (while also being the game I am most sad about not playing during...

BiteRate – An Intriguing Turn-Based RPG Plagued By Common Kickstarter Mistakes

Here we are, with yet another pixely, randomly-generated platformer popping up on Kickstarter. Sorry for sounding a bit tired, but you have to admit there...