PAX East is full of indies, especially at the properly titled Indie Megabooth. Jungle Rumble is one of the unique gems based right here in Boston. Jungle Rumble is a rhythm based RTS for iOS and Android, using the beat… Read More »
Hidden gems are concealed around every corner, remaining unnoticed as your head swivels among vast expansion of booths at PAX East. Though if you have keen eye and a reality that demands the fuel of fantasy, the Prodigy booth is… Read More »
Murdered: Soul Suspect is a supernatural murder mystery with noir-ish undertones. It sounds like a crazy concept, and for many like me, a crazy cool concept. After some time with the game, I came away less than satisfied. The game… Read More »
Hyper Light Drifter is quite the Kickstarter success.
Below is the latest product from Capybara Games, which premiered at E3 last year. It’s been pretty hush-hush since it was first revealed, but PAX East was the first time it’s been playable, and I got to see just what… Read More »
Crushing your enemies has never been this fun.
I met a pretty cool company named Lunchtime Studios, who are working on a game that has been in development for six years. The game is called Lords of New York, which is based in NYC during the 1920s, ala… Read More »
As you may know from the podcast I am a big flying game fan. Games like Warhawk, Starhawk, Ace Combat and Tom Clancy H.A.W.X are all some of my favorites. But there is a new game on the horizon that… Read More »
Hawken, for those of you who don’t know, is a free-to-play online Mech FPS for the PC. I got a chance to sit down with the game and play a free-for-all match against other people at the booth. There are… Read More »
The cooperative mode of Dungeon Defenders II was shown off at this past weekend’s PAX East event, the sequel to Trendy Entertainment’s original Dungeon Defenders. Players take the role of one of their favorite defenders and team up with four… Read More »
Apotheon is the next game out of Alien Trap Games, which made the once 2012 XBLA House Party game Nexuiz, and more recently: Capsized. After their most recent release, they’re familiar with 2D platformers, and are now aiming for a… Read More »