2012 Indie Game of the Year presents its epic year-end game round up for 2012, top ten indie game list and lots of honorable mentions along with the most anticipated games for 2013. Dive in!


Review: Sine Mora

Sine Mora from Digital Reality / Grasshopper Manufacture is a gorgeous looking diesel-punk bullet-hell shoot em up with story and arcade modes and over 50 customizable weapons. Read the full review…

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Review: Closure

“Closure” from Eyebrow Interactive is the brainchild of game designer and programmer Tyler Glaiel – plunging the player into a shadowy world wherein orbs of light are the only way to the exit, hinting at dark spectral worlds beyond their auras. Read the full review…

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Rreview: Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams from Black Forest Games is the story of how a Super Mario Bros. clone that was once blocked by Nintendo not only lives on but surpasses expectation with a very successful Kickstarter campaign and now release on multiple platforms and consoles.


NEWS: Jet Set Radio Hits Steam intact!

SEGA classic action/graffiti title and cel-shading pioneer “Jet Set Radio” seemingly lost in the annals of gaming history has returned in HD for Steam, Windows, PSN and XBLA! Featuring killer music and gameplay.

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Review: Snapshot

With over a hundred levels spread across four environment types, Snapshot from indie developers Retro Affect games (spearheaded by Kyle Pulver) uses picture-taking as its primary puzzle solving game mechanic. Read the full review…

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Review: Journey for PSN

With Journey, Thatgamecompany presents a short but incredibly sweet offering. Leave what you know of quest games behind and take a walk to remember…

Review: Demolition Inc.

A review of German indie game developer Zero Scale’s Demolition Inc. – a physics-based puzzle game now available for PSN, Steam and Windows PC. Read the full review…

Who's That Flying?! An Indie Game Review

With great power comes great responsibility. Therefore, it logically follows that being invincible is a royal pain in the ass. Read the full review of Who’s the Flying?! aka WTF?!

Review: Shank

Exploitation films have made a comeback recently and so have old-school 2D Platform games. The good people at Klei Entertainment asked, why not blend the two? Why not, indeed. Shank is certainly a strange breed, but it got the best features of both parents. Be forewarned though, the best parts of exploitation film is NOT under any circumstances meant for children.

LittleBigPlanet 2 Announced

Bust out your plasticine, your silly straws, and whatever other childhood gadgetry you use when building-your-own fun. LittleBigPlanet 2 hits […]