TUNIC takes not just the gameplay but the spirit of classic adventure games and packages them in a brilliant way for the present day.
OMNO is a mystically-flavored adventure borrowing inspiration from games like Journey. Is it worth the trip? Read our review to find out…
Parasite Pack provides players with a pair of invertebrate-themed arcade games. Is it worth getting infected? Read our full review.
Lake is an adventure game set in picturesque Providence Oaks, Oregon where you take leave of your tech job to help your dad with his mail delivery service, meeting a wide variety of interesting characters along the way. Read IGR’s review of this “beautiful experience” from indie game developer Gamious…
A Juggler’s Tale is a short but sweet adventure platformer with a compelling narrative and tons of style to spare.
El Hijo – A Wild West story is at once a stealth game, an exciting yet nonviolent Western, and a great example of nonverbal storytelling.
It’s Halloween, and while much of this year has seemed a cruel trick, we’ve got treats a-plenty for you: a new selection of spooky indies!
Metamorphosis is a surprisingly effective adaptation of Franz Kafka in video game format. Read our complete review…
Voodoo Vince: Remastered brings a 13-year-old Xbox game to current platforms. Is it dejah voodoo all over again? Read our complete review.
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)
With Playstation 4 Committed to Indies, What Will the New Xbox One Reveal Have In Store? (LiveBlogged)
What will the new XBOX reveal on May 21st 2013 (8 years in the making) do to win back the indie game developers to whom it once offered so much?
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.
Onlive: Essentially you will be able to play any game anywhere, anytime over a broadband connection without any downloads. Similarly, you can play demos for any of these games to check ’em out before committing to the full game.
Released January 2nd 2008, Metal Slug 3 from Japanese developer SNK PLAYMORE CORPORATION, with its fast-paced, multi-path action and gorgeous post 8-bit graphics brings both outstanding and consistently fresh gameplay and legitimately humor entertainment to the XBOX 360 Live Arcade and yet it is conspicuously absent from Microsoft’s own year-end gamers’ polls. Maybe it is somehow considered a 2007 release, or a an original Xbox re-release, but technically it is a 2008 XBLA release and should have figured in this year’s awards. Plus playing as a blood-spewing zombie rules.
The results of our February poll wherein we asked you to vote on the best Xbox 360 or original Xbox game ever surprised us. The top three games were: