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  • Take Me Out to the Role-playing Game

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    Wizard of Radical writes: "The real place where The Show turns into a full-fledged RPG is in the “Road to the Show” mode. One of the franchises’ hallmark modes, “Road to the Show” allows players to create an up and coming baseball player and guide their career from humble, amateur showcases all the way up to the big leagues. It’s an Via Take Me Out to the ... more.
  • RollingSound to Roll7 – Interview [Independent By Design]

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    In the first of the interview excerpts that we're going to be releasing over the course of our Kickstarter campaign, we speak to Roll7 about their earlier life as RollingSound and the work they did teaching kids multimedia skills in association with local authorities throughout the UK. The following is taken from the full (13,000 word) transcript of our interview with Via RollingSound to Roll7 - ... more.
  • Not a Hero review: OlliOlli studio delivers a satisfyingly violent election campaign | Digital Spy

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    DS: The major political date of 2015 wasn't the UK General Election - no, this is far more important than that. Not a Hero introduces us to one Bunnylord, a time-traveling mayoral candidate who has traveled back in time to warn us - he must be elected in order to save the world from its otherwise-inevitable destruction. It's a decent campaign Via Not a Hero review: OlliOlli studio delivers a sati... more.
  • Not A Hero Review | AOTF

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    AOTF: The Steam store entry for Not A Hero is remarkably succinct. “Professional assassin turned amateur campaign manager Steve is charged with cleaning up the city by an anthropomorphic rabbit and mayoral candidate from the future named BunnyLord.” To its credit, Not A Hero certainly delivers on this weird and weirdly straightforward premise. The game begins in the lead-up to a Via N... more.
  • Indie Game Promotion on Xbox One Has to Change

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    With the dawning of Xbox One, Xbox Live Arcade went out of the window. All games are treated the same way, as is Microsoft's want. Indie titles get to fight it out with full price releases in the Xbox One Games Store. That needs to change. ( Xbox One ) Server Error in '/' Application. Description: HTTP 404. The resource you Via Indie Game Promotion on Xbox One Has to Change... more.
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review | NGN

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    NGN: I can’t help but feel a warm fuzzy feeling when a proper, old-school expansion like The Old Blood comes out. No seasons pass, no piecemeal drip-feed of a story broken into fragments and released months apart. Just a good old fashioned self-contained singleplayer experience with more than enough meat on its bones to justify the price tag and leave you Via Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Revi... more.
  • Inside My Radio Review | GameRevolution

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    GR: Inside My Radio is an indie platformer that tasks players with falling in rhythm to the soundtrack that accompanies each level. The brief journey takes three separate characters through multiple levels in mostly left-to-right fashion. Each character features their own general sound, from disco to electronic and reggae/dub. Now, there’s a tune to each level too, and that can be Via Insid... more.
  • Scram Kitty DX update tweaks quirky PS4/PS Vita platformer

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    PS Blog: I’m here today with a short blog entry to talk about the update that we’re rolling out this week for Scram Kitty DX, which brings some really neat new changes to the game on PS Vita and PS4! Firstly, anyone who has played Scram Kitty knows that the game is a 360-degree platforming/shooter hybrid, in which you speed around Via Scram Kitty DX update tweaks quirky PS4/PS Vita pl... more.
  • The best bars in PlayStation history

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    Official Playstation Magazine: Who doesn't love a few cheeky drinks after a long day? Getting the rounds in at your favourite public house is a time-honoured tradition that extends from the genteel British country Inn to the puke-stained cobbles outside of a small city Weatherspoons on a Tuesday night. Even video games tip their collective hat to all the dive bars Via The best bars in PlayStation... more.
  • Axiom Verge Review | NZGamer

    Posted by on May 18, 2015 under News
    NZG: The Metroidvania genre is something that’s been getting its fair share of attention lately. In the last few years, we’ve seen a handful of new takes released, like Drinkbox’s excellent Guacamelee, last year’s Strider reboot, and the artful Ori and the Blind Forest. These sorts of games seem to pop up on Kickstarter relatively often, like Legend of Iya and Via Axiom Ve... more.




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