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Space Raiders in Space – Release Trailer

Brought to you by 2 Stupid Devs (we’re not being mean, that’s their name) and Destructive Creations, comes the very creatively named Space Raiders in Space. Taking the form of a comic book come to life, this sci-fi tower defence game promises stupid jokes, addictive gameplay and a “deeper-than-expected” story. Space Raiders in Space is […]

Review: Vane

Rik reviews Friend & Foe’s Vane, a game that takes elements from Journey and AER: Memories of Old and turns it into *checks notes* a hot mess… Oh.

Review: Earthlock

Rik reviews the newly released version of Earthlock, a fantastic little RPG, heavily inspired by old school JRPGs that Square were known for in the 90s.

Review: Anima: Gate of Memories

Rik played Anima: Gate of Memories an action adventure game birthed from Kickstarter with mixed results.

Review: Pixel Piracy

The pirate genre has never seen a lot of success in video games and Pixel Piracy continues to trend by falling flat on its face.

Review: Bedlam

Bedlam attempts to parody and poke fun of the shooters of yesteryear, but ultimately falls flat on its face in the process.

We Are The Game – How Journey Defines Us All

Prescilla shares her personal experience with Journey in light of it’s PS4 release, and conveys how gamers can be the game.

Indie Games That Have Me Just as Hyped as I am For Their $60 AAA Brethren

E3 and the weeks surrounding it have given us 100’s of indies, all striving with all their might to get noticed.

“Indies” Must Die

Before anyone calls the police, the title of this piece refers to Diarmuid’s wish for the term ‘indies’ to be put down – not the developers or the games themselves.

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