Review: Hate Plus

Christine Love’s sequel to Analogue: A Hate Story Hate Plus has gone where few other games and interactive novels have tread, and ought to be commended for putting together such an impressible scope. Read our full review…

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Events: Jammin' For Change

iamagamer hosts its inaugural game jam – Jammin’ For Change to challenge Gender Stereotypes in the Game Industry. Vancouver, July 12-14, 2013

IGDA Toronto: Panel Class Warfare

As post-secondary students are in the midst of completing another year of grueling finals, the International Game Developer’s Association, Toronto […]

Christine Love's Hate Plus

Christine Love, the prolific developer of elaborate visual novels and narrative games, has announced a sequel to her most acclaimed […]

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A Closed World

Once in a while, a title appears that addresses the necessary social issues of everyday life. These are social issues that are often overlooked not only in games, but in the broader scope of popular entertainment media. A Closed World does this concisely and with a simplicity that resounds with me long after its playtime. Read the full review…

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Review: Dear Esther

Dear Esther from indie developer thechineseroom is, quite simply, a sublime inspiration in experiential gameplay. It is also a game that is slippery to define because of its complexity. Read the full review…

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Review: Analogue - A Hate Story

Analogue: A Hate Story is a complex melodrama, visual Novel, roleplaying game by independent developer and artist Christine Love. Read the comprehensive review by Tanya “Darklights” Kan…

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Review: Girl with a Heart of

In “Girl With A Heart Of” you play as Raven, a young girl who is learning about the roles of her family members as well as the little microcosm of her town of darkness. Read the full review…

Review: To The Moon

A review of To The Moon – a JRPG-styled indie game from Freebird Games. Read on to discover why this futuristic tale was one of the most beloved in 2011.

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Review: Ruins

Ruins, and indie game from Cardboard Computer has you directing a dog through an atmospheric 3D landscape of charred trees and broken walls. Its story and presentation are utterly its own.

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Review: Keys of a Gamespace

Keys of a Gamespace by Sébastien Genvo working with the University of Metz team offers a stab into a rare genre of gaming – of theory and psychology. Read the full review…

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Review: Gemini Rue

A review of Gemini Rue from indie game developers Wadjet Eye Games – a sci-fi and neo-noir adventure epic that reinforces the creator’s already excellent reputation.

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Review: Trauma

They say that films and games have a dreamlike quality, and this strikes potent and true with with Krystian Majewski’s indie “Trauma.” The interactive game emphasizes storytelling and visceral experiences that resonate through gradual interactive progression.