Indie Highlights June 2019: She & the Light Bearer, Verlet Swing, Cadence of Hyrule

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out. These are our picks for June 2019! Edited by: Mike Burgess (@MikeIP_) She & the Light…

Judgement Review

A string of murders on Yakuza members has the city of Kamurocho on the brink of gang warfare. Takayuki Yagami, a disgraced lawyer turned private detective is now swept up in the murder cases leading him into the path of…

My Friend Pedro is More Clever Than it Looks

There’s something becoming ever so repellent about the edgy, irreverent aesthetic in the crop of indie games of the past few years. We get it. Your game, that features some lone wolf, tough-as-nails, probably silent type is violent for violence’s…

Gato Roboto Review

Should cats be given weapons of mass destruction in the form of a mech suit? Gato Roboto doesn’t necessarily answer that question, but makes a case for why it’s fun at least. Gato Roboto is a metroidvania leaning its inspirations…

Indie Highlights May 2019: FAR: Lone Sails, Aggelos, Eastshade

Indie Highlights is a video series where we’ll highlight awesome Indie games we’re playing or you might have missed and are worth checking out. These are our picks for May 2019! Edited by: Mike Burgess (@MikeIP_)

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Review

Sekiro is a masterful action game, and maybe the best game FromSoftware has made yet.

Observation Review

You can immediately feel the loneliness of space in Observation. It’s quiet, bleak atmosphere had me on edge the moment I panned a camera. This sci-fi thriller is all seen through the lens of a space station computer system, S.A.M.…

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Review

It has been 14 years since the last Power Rangers fighting game on consoles. Now in 2019, with the resurgence of the brand’s popularity, developer nWay has brought us Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid onto modern consoles and PC.…

Super Dragonball Heroes: World Mission Review

Released in Japanese back in November of 2010, Dragonball Heroes has become a rather popular series of card-based tiles in the arcades. Spawning numerous updates and a quasi-sequel title with Super Dragonball Heroes, it has always been a game I’ve…

Creature in the Well Video Preview (Direct Feed Gameplay)

Mike got to the play Creature in the Well at Pax East 2019 and played through and captured the full demo! The game was a standout title for Mike at Pax and we cant wait to see the game once…

Heave-Ho Preview: A Multiplayer Game About Trust

Devolver Digital revealed a brand new party game at Pax East 2019 called Heave-Ho. This is a cooperative, physics-based puzzler for up to four players locally where you control a little face with arms protruding from each side that you…

Chernobylite Preview

Stumbling through the thick brush, tripping over a log I glanced back and saw the bullets wiz past me. My breath was heavy as I struggled to keep a few steps ahead of them. Sliding behind some barrels, my mind…