They Are Billions Strategy Guide: What Not To Do

Steampunk Survival RTS They Are Billions is spreading with all the ferocity of a staggering, lurching, festering horde of dancing squirrels (You thought I...

Game of the Month: February 2018 – My Time at Portia

Back by popular (aka: EiC's) demand, it's time for Cliqist's Game of the Month. We’ve done this in the past with both crowdfunded and...

Love Therapy Through Box Manipulation in Solo

You may recall we did some fiddling around with the game at GDC 2018, but Team Gotham's Solo has set sail into release. While the game does...

Oh My Godheads for the Switch Review: Falling Short of Devine

Oh My Godheads is the latest Nindie that is new to the Nintendo Switch but isn't new to gamers in general. When you're talking...

EuroGame Roadtrip: Nuclear Throne Sound Maestro Joonas Turner

From London, we take our gaming roadtrip up and across to Finland next, to interview Joonas Turner. He is part of the team behind...

Indie Profile: Another Indie Points the Spotlight East

While indie gaming has definitely found more mainstream appeal over the years, most gamers only ever scratch the surface of what it offers. While...

New World Interactive on Insurgency: Sandstorm’s Groundbreaking Single Player Campaign

Insurgency: Sandstorm was one of the biggest surprises from E3 2017, if not the biggest. In case you missed this one, here’s a quick...

The History of Indie Games – Part 3: Evolution

Time never stops and neither does our look into the history of indie games. This week we've finally got past the awkward early years...
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Life is Strange 2 Episode 1 Review: Politically Charged Character Piece 

Life is Strange 2 has started out as a captivating, emotional, and fantastically written piece of drama. The runaway success of the first Life is...

Into the Breach: Building a Better Mech with Subset Games’ Justin Ma

FTL: Faster Than Light developers Subset Games have created something truly remarkable with Into the Breach; a turn-based strategy that game manages to create divergent, unpredictable...

10 Kickstarter Games You Won’t Believe Weren’t Funded

Kickstarter just isn’t what it used to be. Not only are fewer people donating less money, but fewer game developers are launching quality campaigns....

The Kickstarter Delay – Why Are So Many Games So Late?

Our recent Plague Road article mentions that Kickstarter games have a longstanding problem with arriving later than they should. At least, later than their...

Lamplight City Review – Victorian Steampunk Noir

Some months ago we wrote about Lamplight City, Grundislav Games' newest game. This is Francisco Gonzalez's first game after making Shardlight as part of...

Indiegogo’s New Video Game Category is a Mess

Within the last few months, Indiegogo performed some housekeeping. It’s hard to put an exact date on when since they made these changes with...

The Rise and Fall of Super Roman Conquest

World War II isn’t the only historical period that gets to have fun on Kickstarter. There are plenty (read: a few) games that found...

Kickstarter MIA: Novus AEterno Devs Break Silence With New Promises

Way back in the forgotten days of the year 2013, Taitale Studios launched a Kickstarter for their massive MMORTS, Novus AEterno. The devs were...