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Valve has announced another half dozen indie games that will be joining the ranks of Steam. The creative titles run the gamut from a country-life RPG to a riot simulator.
Recycled environments, a lack of upgrades, and less than an hour of content means that this is another piece of Metal Gear Rising DLC you should avoid.
Ace Patrol may become a good game
after some updates. As it stands, this could
use some more time in flight school.
Lukewarm Media is following up last year's multiplayer-only action game Primal Carnage with a single-player, episodic prequel that reveals how the series' doomed island ended up in the claws of reptilian inhabitants.
When Sony announced the PlayStation 4, the company promised support for a wider range of monetization methods used by modern-day developers. Zombie Studios is the first independent studio to take advantage of Sony's new publishing options with its free-to-play multiplayer shooter, Blacklight: Retribution.
Pocketwatch Games' long-awaited stealth game doesn't disappoint, offering up an intoxicating mix of careful sneaking and frantic escapes.
Stardock's space strategy title Sins Of A Solar Empire: Rebellion is expanding with the new Forbidden Worlds DLC.
Rather than the fun and addicting challenge of past Mario vs. Donkey Kong titles, Minis on the Move feels more like homework.
I played through a demo of the game, and controlling the helpless toddler is an unnerving exercise in helplessness.
HumaNature Studios' first game, tentatively titled Doki-Doki Universe, gives players fun and creative ways to interact with one another.
Sony's Foster City Studio and independent developer Dynamighty are teaming up to create Counterspy, a 2D cover-based shooter set during the Cold War.
Santa Monica Studio's latest indie collaboration is Hohokum, a colorful and creative 2D sandbox game from developer Honeyslug and artist/designer Richard Hogg.