Striking First (and Last) in Shadow Brawlers

Recognized as Best Game of the Show at EVA 2017 and chosen as one of the finalists for the Indie Prize at Casual Connect...

Will 2018 Be the Year of Indiegogo?

For video game crowdfunding, you can do a lot better than Indiegogo. In fact, Indiegogo might be the worst option available. Between a laissez-faire...

The 10 Best Indie Horror Games of 2017

What is horror? A miserable pile of secrets? Baby don’t hurt me? How'd girl get pregnant? For 25 years I’ve walked or crawled on Earth,...

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...

GDC 2019: The World Next Door

I’m a sucker for cool masks, which immediately put The World Next Door from Rose City Games on my radar given that it had...

How Indie Gaming Saved Adventure Games (again)

Not too long ago we made a video covering the indie adventure game scene, and how it brought about one of the most shocking...

Indie Gaming’s Influence on Red Dead Redemption 2

Red Dead Redemption 2 is a vast landscape absorbed in chaos, dread, and desperate survivalism. The game is fundamentally designed around violence as the...

EuroGame Roadtrip: An Interview with Gamemaker’s Julian Adams

Our road trip takes a Banjo-Kazooie style turn about back to the UK to chat with Julian Adams, programmer on Hyper Light Drifter and Swords Of...

CardLife Dev Andy Griffiths on Griefing, Communities, & Fluid Development

At this years EGX, we sat down to talk to Andy Griffiths from Freejam Games, currently working on CardLife. The game has just launched on Steam. In the lead...
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Book of Demons Review: A Devilishly Good Game

Book of Demons is not a brand new game. It's been available in one form or another in early access since 2016. The fact...

EuroGame Roadtrip: An Interview with Hutch

As part of our spotlight on the booming UK indie gaming scene, we're talking to talent across the nation. First up, located in London...

The Night Journey Finally Released on PS4 in 2018 and That’s Important

One weekend when I was young, I was laying on my back in my bedroom staring upwards, considering imprisonment, I suppose. In a daze,...

Making The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature Closer to Mary Shelley’s Vision

ARTE, a Franco-German TV channel that features several documentaries and films, also makes games. According to GamesIndustry.biz, ARTE experiments with video games as a...
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Why Do We Enjoy Survival Games? [VIDEO]

Survival games have been experiencing a boom for at least a decade now. Since Minecraft came along and became the most popular thing since breathing, it...

Claire Hummel Talks About Art Directing for In the Valley of Gods

Between her costume designs for BioShock Infinite and her historical Disney series, Claire Hummel is a prolific artist with an intricate and elegant style....

Death’s Gambit Review: That Which Won’t Die

Developed by White Rabbit and produced by Adult Swim Games, Death’s Gambit is one undead’s journey across a war-ravaged land as Death’s soldier of retribution....