Interview with Darren Korb, Audio Director at Supergiant Games

I had the great pleasure of being able to talk with Darren Korb today and ask him a few questions about Games, Music and his path towards them. While we of course mentioned his work at Supergiant Games, including the highly anticipated Transistor and the acclaimed Bastion, I also...

The End Comes for Don’t Starve

Not THE End, just The End, as in of all things. Tomorrow brings with it the latest update for Don’t Starve, Klie Entertainment’s Indie Survival game, named “The End is Nigh”. This update has a few very important changes:  If you’re looking for a less...

SURVARIUM: Alpha Registration Live

If you like the Post-Apocalyptic setting, then pay attention: The so-called S.T.A.L.K.E.R. MMO is now one step closer to launch. Last week, Vostok Games announced their signup for the Alpha of Survarium: Vostok Games announces the start of registration for the Alpha testing of Su...

Lucas Arts Officially Closed

Back in my day I played games like Monkey Quest, Sam and Max, and numerous Star Wars games. The games that the fine folks at Lucas Arts produced over the years helped me develop into the gamer that I am today. While there are many that share this same experience, sadly, there wil...

Indie Spotlight: Memory Of A Broken Dimension By XRA

The highly experimental and potentially mind-melting exploration/reality game, aptly called Memory of a Broken Dimension, has been a rumor, teaser and now, is possibly one of the most exciting (sort of) beta  indies on the scene.  X R A has finally released a little demo, that wa...

Turn Based Strategy Gets Some Love With Kronos Kickstarter

Just a few days ago several of us had a lengthy discussion email thread about companies using Kickstarter for nothing more than handouts to add features to an already existing game. No, I won’t divulge the project that sparked the conversation, but our faith has been restor...

DayZ Patch 1.7.7 Patch Brings Some Welcomed Changes

DayZ staff modder R4Z0R49 updated the mod’s official forums with the latest build notes for patch 1.7.7. Those who play the game quite often, or attend PAX East Q&A panels, will find several long-awaited changes in the build. Features such as the ability to combine mags...

Talking Transistor: An Interview With SuperGiant’s Greg Kasavin

We had the opportunity to play Supergiant Game’s new title, Transistor, at PAX East 2013. It is a phenomenal game with the same charm as Bastion, but a completely fresh and new setting. I’ve been a little slow in getting the video up because of the fact that we didn&#...

New Unreal Engine 4 Tech Demo Video

Oh how I love Epic at GDC, always showing off something that’ll makes my videocard and wallet cry. All engine creator and chip maker conspiracies aside (I’m not quite sure there were any to begin with), this is already looking to be one amazing year for new engines on...

Marvel Heroes: Pax East Panel

While Seven and Jacob were fortunate enough to go to PAX East the rest of us were not so lucky. Thankfully the internet is a wonderful place to find all the information your craving and when it comes to the upcoming Marvel Heroes, the internet has delivered. Stephen Reid hosted a...

Independent Game Festival Announces The 15th Annual Awards Recipients

The Independent Game Festival, hosted by the Game Developers Conference, has announced its winners for the 15th Annual Awards. The big winner was Richard Hofmeir’s Cart Life, taking home three awards including the Seamus McNally Grand Prize. The other awards were for Best N...

FEZ Finally Making Its Way To PC, Other Platforms To Follow

Sometimes we get excited about the little things, and the port of XBLA indie darling FEZ to PC is just one of them. In a Reddit IMA, FEZ co-creator Phil Fish announced his plans to have a copy of the game available for PC gamers by May 1st, with several other platforms in the wor...

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