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Road to E3: The Dramatic Evolution of Nidhogg 2

Nidhogg is a game lauded for its simplicity. You play a mess o’ pixels, run to one side of the screen, fight another stack...

E3 Watchlist: Stifled Takes A Stab At Horror’s New Echolocation Mechanic

Indie horror games, perhaps more than any other genre, seem to suffer a lack of originality. How many haunted asylums can you reasonably traverse before you...

Road to E3: Is YIIK A Postmodern RPG Too Unique for...

YIIK: A Postmodern RPG might be the most interesting game nobody knows about. For the uninitiated, here’s a rundown that should get your mouth...
Call of Cthulhu: The Official Video Game

Road to E3: Does the new Call of Cthulhu Game Capture...

When it comes to horror, few names are as well known as Howard Phillips Lovecraft. His macabre stories of the unknown have captured the...

E3 Watchlist: The Collaborative Storytelling Of Where The Water Tastes Like...

More and more video games are coming into their own as a storytelling medium. Indie games especially have made incredible strides towards exploring the...

Road to E3: Potential Show Stealer – The Occupation

It’s always unlikely an indie game is going to steal the show at E3, but you never know when it could happen. At E3...

E3 Watchlist: Detention Shares Taiwanese Culture And Martial Law Horror

In 2013, Coffee Yao set out to craft a horror title derived from East Asian elements rarely utilized in games. His 2D atmospheric side-scroller,...

Road to E3: Shenmue 3 Remains Hide and Seek Champion with...

Hide and seek can sometimes be fun, like when you’re babysitting your niece and tell them to hide so you can get your work...

Road to E3: Songbringer Gets Ready For The Spotlight

After being Kickstarted back in 2015, developer Nathanael Weiss is nearly ready to release his procedurally generated, Zelda-like action-adventure RPG, Songbringer. Funded for $15,063,...

E3 Behind Closed-Doors: Time To Let Vampyr Into The Light

Known for teaming up with Sony to bring us Life is Strange, Dontnod Entertainment is planning to give E3 2017 attendees a bite of...

Road to E3: How Indie Megabooth Public E3 Event Cancellation Affects...

A few weeks ago, Indie Megaboth, a conglomeration of indie game developers who come together to present their games at large expos, announced they...

Kickstarter Videogame Launch Window : March – May 2017

Here is a new table showing the Kickstarter videogame launch window covering March to May 2017.  When should, and shouldn't, you launch your videogame...

Life is Strange: Before the Storm is Better Than I Ever...

When Life is Strange: Before the Storm debuted at E3 2017, I wrote two articles tearing it to shreds. The first, We Don’t Need...

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...

5 Ways Life is Strange 2 Could Avoid the Storm

Life is Strange fans had an eventful E3 this year. Developer Dontnod announced they’re working on a sequel before the show, and series publisher...

Why I’m So Disappointed by Vampyr

Recently, we named Vampyr the Most Disappointing Game at E3 2017. My Cliqist colleague and longtime Edward Cullen cosplayer Joanna Mueller has long written...