Over the weekend, I finished a brilliant little game that was equal parts brief, clever, and dark as shit. Going into the game knowing that the stories being told are based on real-life happenings only heightens their gravity. Every single one of its stories and characters is based on true stories. Welcome to Elk is… Continue reading Welcome to Elk Review: A Charmingly Dark Storybook
Maybe you aren’t an emotional masochist like me. If you aren’t, you probably won’t like Spiritfarer, because hoo boy. It’ll get ya. This gorgeously animated 2D resource management game centers around one thing — dying. This subject matter can be handled in a variety of ways, but the only word I can describe the ways… Continue reading Spiritfarer Review: Don’t Fear the Reaper
Gamescom has come and left us for this God-awful year, but the 12 Minutes cast reveal makes it a little better. We got a handful of interesting news, including new releases and updates to projects we’ve heard about for a while. Indie titles have always been of particular interest to me, so I was pretty… Continue reading 12 Minutes Has a Weird Cast For an Indie Game – 12 Minutes Cast Reveal
In the world of video games there are video games of completely different genres. We have action, adventure, platforms, shooters, strategy, rhythm, driving, simulators, etc. Despite everything, personally, for the games I prefer more than any other, are RPGs, Visual Novels, and Rhythm games. Either by the world they transport me to, by the story… Continue reading Best Rhythm/RPG/Visual Novel Indie Games Right Now
There are many video games of the platforming and puzzle genre. In the indie field, developers have turned to these genres to catch us with very interesting proposals. These genres aren’t lavished too much on the universe of big blockbusters. These indie developers have found an interesting form of expression in them. In recent times… Continue reading Best Platform/Puzzle Indie Games Right Now
If you are a lover of AAA video games, you might have noticed that very similar titles have been released in recent times and quite lacking in creativity. But on the other hand, indie games, created by indie developers without the backing of a major corporate publisher, have lately been more resourceful and of high… Continue reading Best Action/Adventure Indie Games Right Now
A lesson in patience and practice.
Everyone loves a good round of mini-golf. You can hit the “links” with your friends without having to pay an arm and a leg and you get some cool scenery too. Unfortunately, we aren’t all really able to go out and play a real round of mini-golf. But alas, there’s a solution. Golf With Your… Continue reading Golf With Your Friends Review