Indie Highlights April 2019: Mechstermination Force, Forager, Katana Zero

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 April 2019! By: Scott White (@SolidSnake120 #IndieGames #IndieHighlights #gaming #indiegames Games…

Input Ep. 83: Nintendo Indie Scene, Gotham City is bad? and shoutouts galore

Jarrett, Logan, and the lovely Professor RPG himself Scott White sit down for a shoutouts episode fun ride as they discuss an update to last week’s Anthem storyline, discuss the state of the Indie scene on the Switch, and hear…

Killer Queen Black Preview

Myself, along with the other members of Irrational Passions got to talk with some of the developers from the console and PC version port of the popular arcade hit, Killer Queen Black. Let me tell you right now, this game…

Buildings Have Feelings Too! Preview

A city management concept that proves that buildings do, in fact, have feelings.

Sparklite Preview

Sparklite is a very cool adventure game being developed by two brothers out of North Carolina, coming from Merge Games, a publisher known for their work on Dead Cells or Moonlighter. I got to spend 25 minutes or so wandering…

Spelunky 2 Gameplay Trailer Breakdown

Join me in this frame by frame breakdown through the first gameplay trailer of Spelunky 2, upcoming game from Mossmouth and Derek Yu, and sequel to the much-loved original. Game trailer via Sony Interactive Entertainment.

The Messenger Review

Sabotage’s first title is a tour de force in action platforming.

IrrationalPod Ep. 391 with Justin Graffius

This episode we dive into The Messenger, World of Warcraft expansions, and Gamescom!

Shape of the World Review

The following is the original transcript for our Shape of the World Video Review Shape of the World takes you on an abstract adventure of color and sound in a world that amorphously builds around you. With no definite objective, win…

Stay Review

Stay by developer Appnormals is a complicated and at times messy experience. A truly haunting, cerebral, and taut, tensely realized story in the vain of the early 2000’s film Phonebooth it is a endlessly gripping title with a protagonist in…

Trailblazers Review

I’ve always found myself attracted to the racing game genre by the entries that attempt something different than the popular simulation racer, games like Bizarre Creations’ Blur, Black Rock Studio’s Split/Second, and Criterion Software’s Burnout series of games. These games…

The Shrouded Isle Review

As my fellow neighbor Zoya Efferson cracked a whip upon the back of those unfaithful to the black god Chernobog, I as a player had a slight moment of reflection and realization. It dawned on me that I had a…