IndieHangover @ PAXEast2014

IndieHangover will be in Boston for the next 4 days for PAXEast 2014. We’ve got over 25 interviews scheduled with tons of indie devs, and just enough coffee and alcohol to keep us going. Seven and I will be throwing up interviews, previews, and sneak peeks on the site as mu...

Goat Simulator Patch 1.1 Coming Mid May

Announced today, Goat Simulator, the game that can only be called 100% Goat and clear GOTY contender, will be getting a patch adding a few new features mid-May. As detailed by Armin Ibrisagic, here’s what we can expect: Like we’ve mentioned before, a lot of our fans h...

Playing Catch Up w/ Routine

I’d be lying if I told you I handled horror games well. I don’t. I swear, I get far to stressed, and I don’t even scream, ut often just stare at the game with a wide-eyed terror etched upon my face. However, this doesn’t stop me form getting really excited...

Kickstarter Watch: Dead Synchronicity

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today could be a gem waiting to be discovered. In fact, based on what the developers at Fictiorama Studios have laid out, I think the Dead Synchronicity has thepotential to be a real classic in the Point and Click Adventure Genre. Now, granted, ...

Unplugged: Pleasant Dreams

Life isn’t all about button-mashing and glowing screens. Notice how I didn’t say “games”. Life IS about games, but some times, you need to mix it up. Perhaps step away from the keyboard and play some board or card games? If you do decide to unplug (title s...

DUELYST Releases Gameplay Footage

In an update from their Kickstarter Campaign today, Counterplay Games released the first gameplay footage of their Tactical Squad Based game, Duelyst: Here’s a first (of many) gameplay videos with a full 1v1 match playthrough. For readability, we’re playing both sides...

OpEd – Molyneux May be Dramatic, but He’s Right-ish

Last week, Peter Molyneux , the creator of Fable, Godus and that one game about a mysterious cube, made some statements at the GDC that were met with a bit of ire, resistance, and fervor from the internet…as opinions on the internet tend to be. While I do think that Molyneu...

Playing Catch Up w/ Transistor

It’s been a little over a year since we first learned about the existence of Supergiant Game’s second project: Transistor. A Sci-Fi Noir set in a futuristic city and starring a mysterious red-head accompanied by a hyper-intelligent sword, Transistor instantly gained h...

Ethan Carter goes F2P and 8Bit

In a brilliant move to attract more players, get a game out quickly, and to drum up some nostalgia votes, The Astronauts have made a bold decision to release a second version of the their upcoming game The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, and go old school.  Today, the team announced t...

Totally Serious Review: Goat Simulator

Games have the ability to affect us. They can touch us, make us reconsider points of view, and bring us to new highs and lows. Characters connect with us, and their adventures can inspire us. Coffee Stain Studio’s Goat Simulator is pinnacle not only of story telling, but of...

White Llamas lead to Indie Sloths

If there is one thing I like, it’s Indie Games. If there’s another thing I really like it’s ridiculous animals. Ostriches, Platypi, Gnus. So, when White Llama Studios announced today that they were launching The Indie Sloth, I was more than a little pleased I pr...

Kickstarter Watch: Dragon Fin Soup

Just because a game is already funded on Kickstarter doesn’t mean it doesn’t deserve attention. In fact, sometimes its a sort of relaxing experience: You don’t need to worry about the project having to get enough money to make it, and can simply give money as a ...

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