IndieGameReviewer Picks Our Favorite Indie Games Releases from an Amazing Year!
Prior to the Wii’s release, it was leaked that Nintendo was sending free developer kits to small scale game designers. Following that, they announced that indie game designers could get their hands on these kits for less than two thousand dollars. All this made it obvious that Nintendo was opening the door to fresh talent and ideas. Of course, not just anyone can get involved with video game design at Nintendo, as there are still many requirements that have to be met. Here are just a few of them.
Consolidated and trimmed from an ongoing list of hundreds of great indie games posted at their forums, The Independent Gaming Source posted a list of much loved indie games that not only are of great quality and entertainment but also demonstrate why indie games should be of interest to anyone: they are imaginative, cover a huge range of scenarios, and most of them are free or can be had for less than the cost of a nice lunch.
One of the things about World of Warcraft that Blizzard got right is how they manage balance the various classes (and when something gets too out of whack or unbalanced, a patch usually attempts to fix (nerf) it.) Another thing a good MMORPG needs is a balance between being able to play solo and to play in groups, guilds, parties and raids. Again, they tend to get this right more than most competitors. With the WotLK expansion release for World Of Warcraft the Death Knight class becomes available for anyone with a level 55 or above toon. The expansion also raises the level cap to 80 and allows for increases in class talent trees. This WoW Death Knight guide will deal with the best talent build for rapid solo leveling.
It seems, at least here in Los Angeles, that the Xbox NXE update went off without a hitch. With a […]
The first question that I had to face this week is: Far Cry 2, or Fable 2? Well I’m getting both, but if your a little tight on cash, this post should give you insight on the games strengths and weaknesses.
In Castle Crashers, you control an animated knight in a hilarious adventure to save a princess from a variety of bad guys in a side-scrolling beat ’em up