Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes is one of the best multiplayer games out there. How does it hold up on the Switch? Find out in our review!
Glitchspace is a surprisingly accessible first-person puzzle game that incorporates rudimentary programming elements. Read our full review.
The Mars 2030 Experience is a free, cross-platform virtual reality simulation in development by NASA. Read inside for more details.
The Cartoon Network reveals Adventure Time: Magic Man’s Mind Games for Samsung Gear. Finn and Jake fight in VR space against a vibrant world filled with foes.
With SprintR, Exis Interactive claims to bring realistic running, walking and movement to your VR experience. Read more about this futuristic foot pad.
Ryerson University was the scene for Toronto’s largest collection of Virtual and Augmented Reality exhibits. Read our full coverage of VAR 2015.
2014 was a series of brilliant indie gaming flashes, the ghosts of which still linger on our eyes. Which titles will fetch our gaze in 2015?
IndieGameReviewer.com rounds up some of its best bets for IndieCade 2014 top game selections.
Now making its 8th consecutive appearance, IndieCade’s E3 booth packs a barrage of indie games. Check out the list, and read about some of the standouts.
A year in the making , ten writers in five countries, and thousands of games later, IndieGameReviewer.com presents The Top 10 Indie Games of 2013 (and runners-up)
It’s not so much a simulator as a digital overhaul of the classic Operation board game with finger controls mapped to individual keys. The results are hilarious.
The VR darlings at Oculus have announced great advances in the pursuit of eliminating motion sickness, and talk about the prospect of Ultra HD Rift gaming.
IndieCade 2013 is underway, and IGR has boots on the ground. Indie gaming’s largest festival is bigger than ever before with over 200 playable titles.
The first-ever IndieCade + Oculus VR Jam has announced its winners. Which VR titles will be joining the roster at IndieCade 2013?
Oculus VR launches its Beta of Share. The new community hub will make publishing, downloading and rating Rift-enabled projects easier than ever.