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Keenan McCall is a freelance journalist with experience in a variety of areas, but for whatever reason, he decided to cover everything related to nerd culture. From games to comics, anime to figures, TV to books and music, he’s always looking for what’s new from the world of entertainment and what it means for the people who consume it. It should also be noted that his Twitter feed is less a series of insightful thoughts and opinions so much as it’s a steady stream of memes, references and cute animal videos.

Save The Planet By Smashing It’s Face In With Planet Bash

The frantic planet mashing action of Planet Bash has been honed to a razor's edge, making it the perfect time for new players to...

Developers Should Take Note Of Failbetter Games’ Struggles

Going into 2017, Failbetter Games was in an enviable position compared to most other independent developers; now, not so much. After gaining generally high regard with...

Deadbolt Offers PlayStation Owners A Worthwhile Challenge

With the stealth-action hybrid Deadbolt now on its way to Sony's current consoles, there's no better reason to look at what makes the title...

Top 5 Noteworthy Nindies of January 2018

Nintendo's indie library (Nindies) has exploded over the past month, offering a selection of great titles that Switch owners won't want to miss. From imaginative...

IGF 2018 Nominee Spotlight: Finding The Way Forward With Night In...

When the credits rolled at the end of my first Night In The Woods playthrough, the feeling of clarity was almost surreal. As a 20-something...

Why Console Owners Should Be Excited For Dead Cells

The news of Dead Cells' expanded release is great news not just for fans of rogue likes, but for anyone who enjoys quality gaming...

Reclaiming What Is Lost In Forgotten Anne

When most first see Throughline Games' upcoming adventure platformer Forgotten Anne, it's hard not to draw a comparison to Studio Ghibli. A titan of Japanese...

The Lost Cave Of The Ozarks Delves Into Imagination’s Terrible Power

Imagination proves itself a person's best friend and greatest enemy in The Lost Cave of the Ozarks. Filling In The Dark Unknown Created by the one-man...

Help A Trapped Man Keep His Sanity In Stay

Stay, a new adventure game from Appnormals Team, tasks players with one simple mission: Stay in contact with a trapped and confused man named...

IGF 2018 Spotlight: Seumas McNally Grand Prize

There can only be one winner of the Independent Games Festival's Seumas McNally Grand Prize, and none of this year's nominees are going down...

Journey To The Start Of Creation And Back With Genesis Noir

It was a dark and rainy night when the universe was created, or at least that's the case in the new Kickstarter title Genesis...

IGF 2018 Spotlight: Nuovo Award

Sometimes, a game does more than give us an enjoyable experience, helping us see the medium in an entirely new way. Each year, the Independent...

5 Places To Play Night In The Woods On Switch

With Night in the Woods on its way to the Nintendo Switch, we can't help but think about where we'd like to play it. Sure,...

Night In The Woods on Switch Has Awesome Potential

Get ready to experience a weird autumn on the go: Night in the Woods has a switch port scheduled for release next month. Revealed on...

IGF 2018 Spotlight: Excellence In Visual Art

This past year was a phenomenal one for artistic video games, so its no surprise there are such strong contenders for the Independent Gaming...

The Futurama Game on Kickstarter is Exactly What You Expect

Sometimes, there are heartfelt shows of affections made by fans for a property. Then, there's the Planet Express Kickstarter. If the sole preview image is...