ODOS: Va-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action

Visual novels have never looked this good.

Column: The Ambiguous Ending

Video game developers are capable of telling innovative, revolutionary, and groundbreaking stories. Stories that capture the heart, light one’s imagination, and dazzle the mind. When done well, games and the stories they tell rank right alongside the very best and…

PSX 2016: Sundered Preview

Thunder Lotus brings another hand-drawn game to the mix.

IrrationalPod Ep. 303

Let’s deep dive into hot chips and Owlboys.

Flint Hook Preview: You Had me at “Hook”

Metroid + Pirates = buccaneering adventures.

Death’s Gambit Preview: That Good Feeling

Death’s Gambit feels real damn good.

Monthly Passions: August 2015

Almost a month late, but hey, we got games to talk about and play!

Secret Ponchos Hands-On Preview

Secret Ponchos has such an interesting look all its own that, to me, is very reminiscent of Jamie Hewlett’s work on Tank Girl and The Gorillaz. This immediately drew me in to what is probably the oddest genre bender I’ve…

Aneudys Favorite Soundtrack: SSX On Tour

Fun Fact: The music you listen to in high school will be, more or less, the music you listen to for the rest of your life. This is due to the fact that it can be associated to some of…

Could Indie Games Save the PS Vita?

A guest post from Nadia Hyeong questions if the Vita’s saving grace is in the Indie community.

Kickstarter Picks – Errant Heart

Kickstarter is a good source for indie developers to get the funds they need to make a game. Sometimes, it’s the first game they’re ever making. Although, the drawback of this method is that if these games don’t get lots…

PAX East 2013: Shovel Knight Preview

So as I have said in the past that the Indie Mega Booth is my favorite part of PAX, and again it stands as the victor again this year. My current favorite game of PAX is a little indie gem…