Benjamin takes a look at Music of the Spheres. Does he like it? No. Does that make him an insufferable curmudgeon void of artistic sensibility? Probably.
This one gets a bit sweary, a bit quick.
Join us as resident snob, Benjamin, takes a look at the incredibly potent indie, Papo & Yo
Join us as Ben takes a look at the 16-bit, Zelda inspired indie, Anodyne
To say that European gamers have had to wait a while to get their hands on Persona 4 Arena would be an understatement. Sean and Adam play some tutorials and chat about P4A in this video.
Want to be confused, inspired and accomplished while playing a video game? Yeah?
Ben explores the side-scrolling shoot-em-up, Humans Must Answer, in this week’s Let’s Play: Indie
In celebration of Capcom’s 30th anniversary, they are releasing Capcom Arcade Cabinet. A collection of many arcade titles from their past, released over a period of time. This is the fifth, and final, set in that collection.
In episode one we’re introduced to Irisa (Stephanie Leonidas) and Chief Lawkeeper Jeb Nolan (Grant Bowler).
Continuing the streak of discomfort set in motion by last week’s Let’s Play Indie: Auti-Sim, I’m bringing you a full run-through of Facade; A 2005 indie interactive-narrative where the player must navigate a dinner party as third wheel to a dysfunctional married couple.
Capcom are billing Revelations HD as the Resident Evil that people really wanted, and after spending some time with the game, it’s easy to see why.
It’s been coming a while now, but the game that appears to be part Football Management and part Life Sim is finally upon us.
Put an expert and a n00b together, and this is what you get. The Terraria Diaries: Part Five
After an 11 year absence, Toki Tori 2′s challenging puzzles and charming aesthetic is back on Nintendo Wii U
Put an expert and a n00b together, and this is what you get. The Terraria Diaries: Part Four.