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For nearly 30 years I’ve been enthralled by the magic and escapism of video games. From the highly-pixelated 2D graphics and simple but addictive gaming concepts of the 8-bit era to the sophisticated multiplayer 3D worlds of the modern gaming system, I’ve always loved gaming. These days I'm a massive fan of indie games, but I still find time to play classic Amiga and PC games via emulation and read about video game history.
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Ruin of the Reckless Review – A Stab ‘Em Up Dungeon...

Roguelikes have really taken off in the last five or so years, owing much to the success of games like Spelunky and Rogue Legacy,...
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The Indie Fix: Outpost 9

Welcome to The Indie Fix, where we delve into the exciting world of indie gaming to have a gander at promising works in progress,...
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Escape a Brutal Dictatorship in The Man Came Around (Preview)

It’s bitingly cold; you can feel the warmth draining from your body. Your stomach rumbles with hunger, but you’ve nothing to eat. Every minute...
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The Indie Fix: Bad Boxart Challenge 2017

Welcome to The Indie Fix, where we delve into the exciting world of indie gaming to have a gander at promising works in progress,...
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Rain World Update Makes Life as a Slugcat a Little Easier

Darwinian survival platformer Rain World has received its first post-launch update, ironically within the time of me submitting my review and it going live on site – isn’t that just typical?
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Rain World Review – Discovery and Wonder Tinged With Frustration

I’ve developed something of a love-hate relationship with survival platformer Rain World. First I loved it, then I hated it, now I’m kinda back...
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The Indie Fix: Infinity Inc.

Welcome to The Indie Fix, where we delve into the exciting world of indie gaming to have a gander at promising works in progress,...
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Blackwood Crossing Review – An Immersive Tale of Childhood Siblings and...

Nostalgia is big business these days, especially in the wonderful world of indie gaming. But nostalgia is by nature incredibly selective. We remember and...
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Multicrew and Avatar Creator Coming to Elite: Dangerous mid-April

Frontier Developments have announced that The Commanders update for Elite: Dangerous will be arriving the week ending April 16. The new content, which has...
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Thimbleweed Park Review – Relive the Glory Days of the Adventure...

Thimbleweed Park is very much a game built around nostalgia. Nostalgia for the ‘80s and ‘90s, nostalgia for period films and TV shows, nostalgia...
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Will The Descent Update Bring Players Back to Killing Floor 2?

As we’ve already reported, the goretastic co-op zombie FPS Killing Floor 2 saw a significant free update on both PS4 and PC on Tuesday....
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DESYNC Review – Unrelentless Neon Carnage

There has been a bit of a thing within the indie scene as of late for uber-hard retro-stylised games. Most tend to be roguelikes, 2D...
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Release Date Announced for Blackwood Crossing

Choo choo! The story-driven first-person adventure game Blackwood Crossing will pulling into a platform near you on April 4 (PS4) and April 5 (Xbox One and PC). It'll be the debut title for Brighton-based studio PaperSeven, which is made up of former Disney Black Rock Studio devs and Oliver Reid-Smith, of The Room fame. And yes, it’s set on a train.
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Streets of Rogue Monkeying its Way on to Steam Early Access

The “world’s only RPG rouguelike action stealth shooter brawler co-op megagame”, or Streets of Rogue for short, has been picked up by indie publisher tinyBuild and is heading over to Steam early access this Friday (March 10).
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Sunless Skies Blasting Off to the High Wilderness

Following an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign, it looks like Sunless Skies is definitely getting made. Not only was the proposed sequel to Sunless Sea fully funded in less than four hours, but when the month-long campaign ended last week, backers had pledged nearly four times more than what Failbetter Games had asked for. That’s an impressive £377,952 from 11,739 backers, meeting all stretch and social goals.

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