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Developer Butterscotch Shenanigans has constructed a twist on the familiar crafting experience, and the added story, combat, and progressions systems may be enough to draw in genre skeptics.
The latest game from the veteran development studio takes players deep beneath the waves on a Metroid-esque journey of upgrades and discovery.
Frogmind once again mixes a beautiful world with devilish level design to craft an engrossing adventure on iOS.
Tucked away in a lonely separate hall by the merchandise booths sat some of Tokyo Game Show’s most promising and surprising games.
One of the most impressive games of TGS is on its way to iOS, with a likely release as early as next month.
Nintendo is pushing to make its consoles a friendlier place for indies to land.
We dig deeper into the process of releasing the first third-party Amiibo.
An astounding array of levels offers no end of content to explore, but be prepared for the most minimalistic of presentations.
Save big on a Steam bundle of 10 Bethesda games, along with sales for consoles titles.
Strongholds challenges players to build up their own bases and defend them against onslaughts from enemy players, complete with a new PvP mode.
Journey releases on PlayStation 4 today, which as good a reason as any to revisit our March 2012 review of the PlayStation 3 version of the game.
With side-scrolling platforming and turn-based combat, this strategic action title draws easy comparisons to Mark of the Ninja and Kill Bill.