Interview: Rese on Ganbare! Super Strikers

While tactical RPGs and JRPGs are common enough to have a worldwide audience, some have had difficult gaining traction in the West.  Tactical Soccer JRPGs have been around since the days of the original Nintendo Entertainment System, and although a few have been able to find an a...

Spotlight: Ganbare! Super Strikers

Ganbare! Super Strikers is a tactical soccer RPG developed by Rese and inspired by series like Captain Tsubasa and Inazuma Eleven. The story mode of Ganbare! Super Strikers has you manage a junior high soccer team, making their way through the national tournament. When first star...

The Road to Play NYC – RPG It

Play NYC is less than a week away! As part of our media partnership with Playcrafting, we’ve be highlighting a ton of different indie games, from different genres and backgrounds, in a series we’ve called “The Road to Play NYC“. Each day this week, we’ll try to squeeze in highlig...

The Road to Play NYC – Multiplayer Madness

Play NYC is less than a week away! As part of our media partnership with Playcrafting, we’ve be highlighting a ton of different indie games, from different genres and backgrounds, in a series we’ve called “The Road to Play NYC“. Each day this week, we’ll t...

Review: Along Together

Moss was my very first PSVR game, and not only was it terrific, it’s the entire reason I hooked up my PSVR after having it for a year. When I first came across Along Together it gave off a lot of the same vibes – a cute protagonist needs the help of a mysterious helpe...

Review: Chicken Assassin: Reloaded (PS4)

Chicken Assassin: Reloaded is a mobile style action game developed by Akupara Games and stars Mean McAllister, a  tough humanoid chicken, following him on his journey to save his lover, Candy, from the clutches of Dr. Spritzel.    Title: Chicken Assassin: Reloaded Developer...

Spotlight: Meow Wars

Meow Wars is what often starts in a house after a new cat is adopted… but it’s also an upcoming casual fast-paced card game for iOS and Android with a heavy cat twist, made by the Seattle-based team of Taco Truck Games. Cat puns, cat noises and original cat art are al...

Evergarden to Release August 16

I’m a sucker for puzzle games, particularly when they’ve got some sort of message or narrative behind them, be it a tale of time travel or an exploration of long-distance relationships. Evergarden falls nicely into this genre of puzzle games, and will be releasing on ...

Interview: Ben Wander on A Case of Distrust

I feel in love with A Case of Distrust, a narrative mystery noir game set in 1920’s San Fransisco, almost as soon as I started playing it. However, I was playing this game in the middle of the Indie minibooth at PAX East 2018, which is (by the way) entirely the wrong atmosp...

HEVN Arrives September 7th

HEVN is a sci-fi immersive sim being developed Miga Collabs that’s been garnering a fair bit of attention, being compared to the likes of System Shock 2 in how it creates atmosphere and horror. You won’t have to wait much longer to finally experience this for yourselv...

LUCAH: Born Of A Dream Releasing August 21st

Announced today by developer Colin Horgan, LUCAH: Born of a Dream, a surreal action-adventure game we’ve covered before on IndieHangover, will release on August 21st for PC and MacOS. LUCAH will be available on Itch.io and Steam, and releases on other platforms is planned f...

Review: Z-Axis: Continuum

I don’t know about you, but when I see a butt load of spikes all over the place, I assume a game is going to be a tough-as-nails platforming game. So you can imagine my surprise when I discovered that Z-Axis: Continuum isn’t a tough-as-nails platforming game but a tou...

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