Sony has talked a big indie game as of late with the PlayStation 4 . Do their initial offerings indicate a safe place for indie devs on a next gen console?
Brothers – A Tale of Two Brothers from indie game developer Starbreeze Studios and Swedish filmmaker Josef Fares presents a unique game mechanic as you journey through an eye-popping fantasy world. Read the full review…
Indie developers Telltale Games, known for their work on Sam and Max and The Walking Dead launch a new adventure based on Bill Willingham’s Fables comics. Read the full review…
Hungry for more punishment? With The Six Feet Under update, Klei Entertainment brings new challenges and discoveries to Don’t Starve. The best just got beefier!
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 Pax 2013 Indie Megabooth featured a whopping 88 indie games. Which ones truly dazzle? Read our impressions.
Teslagrad is a Steampunk powered dystopic platformer ensconced in a vision of an old Europe-inspired new world.Read our beta preview.
New Content and a New Platform Announced for the Winner of over 90 Game of the Year Awards Based on Robert Kirkman’s Groundbreaking Comic Book Series at 2013’s Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles.
Sony and Microsoft both revealed a lot about their PS4 and Xbox One consoles at E3. When it comes to indie games, they seem to have decidedly different approaches.
Indie Game News for May 8th 2013: Sony introduces indie games category to PlayStation Store. Eschalon Books I and II now at GOG for 50% off.
Face off against heroes from the Venture Bros, Borderlands, Evil Dead, and Sam and Max in a winner-take-all poker tournament. Great cross-game prizes await!
In Retro/Grade, an event has caused time to go wonky. To right things, you must recreate your epic space battles in time to the music. And you have to do it backwards.
From Telltale games comes The Wolf Among Us. Based on DC’s long running FABLES series, take control of Bigby Wolf, and keep the secret lives of mythical creatures a secret.
The original creator of beloved karate game Karateka for the Apple II revisits his own title with a beautifully animated HD remake after having taken a break to build the Prince of Persia franchise. In this review we consider whether the new look revises the old glory for a next gen console generation.
PlayStation 4 is already claiming to be a far more accessible development platform, and has Jonathan Blow’s The Witness as a launch window exclusive. Will we see more indie games on the PlayStation Network in the future?