If games like Monopoly, Mario Kart and Worms were not friendship-crushing enough for you then Vincent might have a new game you should try.
Review: Assault Android Cactus
A slick twin-stick arcade shooter from fledgling indie studio breaks out of early access and lands as one of the most fun and frustrating new IP of 2015.
Revisiting ID@Xbox: Indies Galore!
Last year, Jamie took a look at the ID@Xbox program. Now, he’s back to take a more in depth look at the games being released this year and beyond as well as some old favourites.
Video Game Music Podcast Special
A video game music special with Prescilla, and Ori and the Blind Forest composer Gareth Coker.
BRB UK 76: When I Was At E3…
The BRB UK boys are back from this year’s Eurogamer Expo, H1Nerd1 duly in tow, and are positively brimming with excitement at all the next-gen goodness they managed to get their hands on.
Review: Gone Home
As an adventure based on the premise of exploring an environment, Gone Home falls a bit short; however, the game’s story is remarkably special and is one that people should experience.
Review: Papers, Please
Lucas Pope gives us an indie-title that piques the curiosity, and has a surprising impact on our sense of morality in video games.
Competition: Win Tickets for Rezzed
Rezzed is a PC and Indie Game Expo hosted by our friends over at Eurogamer. Big Red Barrel has kindly been supplied with three pairs of tickets to give away.