SIMULACRA will make you genuinely afraid to get to the bottom of its mysteries, even while you can’t help but keep investigating.
Is Agony worth all the hype, or is playing this game a hellish experience? Find out in our review!
What makes Sundered so unique in a sea of Roguelikes? Read our review to find out.
Sony opened up the VR floodgates at E3 2016. See some of the titles that have us eager to strap on the headgear.
Sheltered is a bleak but brilliantly executed approach to survival and base management games. Parse out your water rations and read the full review.
Jonathan Blow strikes gold again with The Witness. Solve hundreds of puzzles on an island that houses a great secret. Read our full review.
The Walking Dead: Michonne, a new spin-off of Telltale Games’ popular adventure series, premiers February 23rd with its debut episode. Read on for more details.
Odin’s eye is stolen by Loki! Rise up and chase down the mischievous trickster in this off-beat side-scrolling brawler. Read our full review.
Rocket League was an immediate smash hit, and it’s easy to see why: this game’s full throttle take on soccer gives “sports car” a whole new meaning. Read our review…
Featuring a gargantuan 76 games, Indie MEGABOOTH brings one of the world’s largest collections of noteworthy indie titles to Pax Prime 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?
Eric Weiss weighs in on his personal top 5 indie games of 2014. Which games took top accolades?
The Indie-Game-Freak, editor at IGR picks its personal Top 5 indie games of 2014, clearly indicating a taste for Roguelikes, Tower Defense and oddities.
They may not have made the Top Ten Indie Game 2014 list, but Callabrantus thinks you just might enjoy some of his faves from this year. Read the full list…
Mousecraft from indie developer Crunching Koalas is a fusion of Tetrominos with a Lemmings-style deployment of 3 adorable little mice who, upon being released dutifully march towards the cheese. Read the full review…