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2013 was a breakout year for indie games. In this podcast we discuss
some of the year's best, including Gone Home, The Stanley Parable, and
This single-player DLC puts you in control of Edward Kenway’s first mate, Adéwalé, for a lengthy series of missions and high-seas adventures. Here’s a breakdown of what works and what doesn’t.
One of the game prototypes made during Double Fine's annual Amnesia
Fortnight game jam is going to see formal release, the action/puzzle
title Hack 'n' Slash.
We speak with Harebrained Schemes about the follow-up to Shadowrun Returns.
This side-scrolling adventure deftly balances repetitive mining with satisfying, Metroid-like progression.
BattleBlock Theater is a massive game of platforming, puzzling, cooperative, and competitive fun. Matt Miller makes his argument for the game's inclusion as one of 2013's top 50 games.
Super Motherload is a fun sandbox, but there's not much more to the action than an endless dig.
The gorgeous new Ubisoft title draws inspiration from classic Japanese role-playing games, and this new in-game video shows off the fairy tale visual style.
The new free-to-play game seems to draw inspiration from Minecraft, and is now accepting alpha applications.
Round 3 for Mission Mode features all-new stages and the return of Captain Olimar
The PlayStation 4 offers five games at launch that won't cost you another dime.
With Sony placing a big emphasis on both digital distribution and niche
indie games on PlayStation 4, I think it's time the publisher went
through its own back catalog and revive some lost classics as smaller
scale downloadable games.