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Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

You may be wondering why a site called Indie Game Reviewer is covering The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – a massive AAA title from a well established company like Bethesda that will sell millions of copies. Let me explain…


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…


What Excited Me From E3 2010

with additional reporting by Indie Game Freak Old Friends Back From the Dead In the near future we’ll be seeing […]


Indie Game: The Movie - Teaser Video

You can usually tell a trend is on the upswing when you set up your project at a site like Kickstarter.com hoping to raise a $15K and then easily besting that number. Indie Game: The Movie is a documentary that did just that.


The Rise of Indie Games

Listen to an interview with Sam Roberts (director of the Indiecade festival) and Jesse Vigil (Psychic Bunny). Topics covered include the past, present and future of indie games, how to develop an indie without any resources, how to get a game into the marketplace, new kinds of games that are emerging and the importance of this new medium.


IndieCade International Independent Game Festival Day 1 – California, 2009

For better or worse, depending on your take, indie games are becoming something entirely new. Nowhere to be found the frag enthusiasts or Columbine tributaries that one used to expect from the definition of floppy disk era indies like DOOM and Duke Nukem. IGR reports from day one at Indiecade, Culver City 2009.


Sam Raimi to Direct World of Warcraft Epic Film

World of Warcraft fans have much to celebrate as Raimi’s unique mondo-movie style seems to translate well with what would normally be considered B-movie fare. The world of Azeroth, where the mythology and lore of the World of Warcraft unfolds is rich with characters, races, classes, gods and history. Thousands upon thousands of hours of gameplay and development offer an almost bottomless well of stories from which to draw ideas.


The Computer gaming revolution is here to stay

The video gaming industry is probably the largest and most profitable of all the entertainment industries in the world. However what is most unique about video games is that it is not just an American phenomenon. The games appeal to kids and young adults as well as fully grown people across all cultures. Video games are popular in the United States and Canada and Japan. Wherever there is a somewhat industrialized and technological society you will see video games in abundance.


BumpTop will change the way you use your Desktop

BumpTop is an amazing re-visioning of your crusty old 2-D computer desktop real estate that does everything from create a three dimensional space where you can stick post-its or images to the walls, where your most used files appear larger on your desk, where you can simply drop files onto USB keys and more. Even better, it is totally free. Sure the Pro Version is where are the real action is at, but it only goes for $29 bucks.