Red Bow evokes both Japanese horror and ’90s Gameboy games in an experience that’s interesting but ultimately dull.
Grab your trusty pickaxe and dive into the depths of SteamWorld Dig 2, a platforming game filled with secrets and lies. Actually, just secrets.
Fallen Legion is an appealing yet intense action RPG – originally for consoles but now ported to PC – that gives players loads of choice as well as the opportunity to experience both sides of the story. Read our full review.
A calming yet exciting cyberpunk journey into the future, with a dash of bitters on the rocks.
Sony opened up the VR floodgates at E3 2016. See some of the titles that have us eager to strap on the headgear.
Hyper Light Drifter combines Link to The Past and Super Meat Boy to produce a surreal, punishing experience. Read the review.
Red Game Without A Great Name is a touchscreen side-scroller about guiding a mechanical carrier pigeon. Read our full review to learn why it had us seeing red.
Indie Game Reviewer looks into 2016 for some of the most interesting and anticipated new independent video games coming out of development.
Curses ‘N Chaos is a wizards-and-warriors themed brawler with plenty of retro flavor. Chain as many attacks together as you can and defeat the Wizard King!
Axiom Verge by Thomas Happ LLC is a great example of how to do a Metroidvania right. Its inspirations are clear, but it does enough to stand out. Read more…
Titan Souls is a titanically tough, top-down boss rush. Is it too hard to love or too beautiful to pass up? Read our review to find out.
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?
Mojang becomes the latest entity to join forces with Telltale Games. Get ready for Minecraft: Story Mode. Read more on this new episodic series…
Rollers of the Realm combines fast-paced pinball action with a hearty amount of RPG elements. Read our review of Phantom Compass’ great new indie mash-up.