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Steamworld Dig 2 Announced For PlayStation 4 and STEAM

We’ve known for a little bit now that Steamworld Dig 2 was coming to the Nintendo Switch. Image & Form said early on that the title wouldn’t be exclusive to the platform and they’d announce other platforms later. And now its later and we know that the game will be coming to the PlayStation 4 and STEAM also. Along with that, we have details about where else the game will and will not appear. Steamworld Dig 2 has been announced…

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More Thoughts From Me E3 2017 Edition: Xbox Strikes Back

E3 officially started today with Xbox! I have been very skeptical of Xbox for awhile now. I hoped that I would like today’s presentation, but I didn’t think I would. So my reaction to today’s event surprised me. What did I think of Xbox’s E3 2017 conference? Read on to find out! The Xbox E3 2017 press conference started a bit rough. Xbox One X? What? Such a lazy and confusing name. And then they went on and on and…

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Animal Gods Review

Wii U indie games are starting to become a rare thing. Whenever a new Wii U game comes out, I find myself smiling and hoping that its a good game. Anmal Gods for Wii U came out last week. I have been playing it for review and I'm finally ready to share with what I thought of the game.

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Attack of the “Retro” RPG: A Preview of Dragon Sinker for 3DS

Back in the NES days, I wasn’t an rpg fan. It wasn’t till years later with Final Fantasy 7 that became an rpg fan. And after I really got into rpgs, I went back and was able to appreciate and like the older rpgs. So whenever an indie developer, say KEMCO for instance, puts together a game in the “retro” rpg style I’m excited. Dragon Sinker for the 3DS (Developed by KEMCO) came out last week. It is a new…

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Animal Gods Will Appear on the Wii U eshop This Thursday

Animal Gods, from indie developer Still Games, will release on the Wii U eshop this Thursday. We have a trailer and more information about the game below. Animal Gods will be releasing this Thursday, April 6th, on the Wii U eshop. Here is more information about the game: “The Animal Gods have fallen. Once sacred, they are now husks—haunted beasts lost to toxic fumes from a great bronze industry. Play as Thistle, a small & agile warrior hellbent on destroying…

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World to the West Releases For Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in May

World to the West, an upcoming game from indie developer Rain Games, will be coming out in May for Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. We have details about the game and a new trailer! World to the West will release for the Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 5th. The game will see a retail release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. It will be digital only for the Wii U. The…

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Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase

Nintendo had a special Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase video on youtube today. In the video, they showed off Indie games that are coming to the Nintendo Switch this year. We have that video here for you, plus my thoughts on some of the games and a press release from Nintendo! I thought the Nindies showcase video was fantastic! There were a lot of good looking games in that video, but there were three games specifically that stuck out to me.…

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Nintendo eShop & Indies Will Be Ready For Switch Launch

Nintendo announced today that the eshop would be available at the launch of their new system: the Switch! Not only that, but there will be some Indie games on day 1 too. We have a press release below detailing what will and won’t be available on the Switch eshop’s first day! I remember when the 3DS came out and there was no online store. It was a few months before the Nintendo eshop appeared on the system. The Nintendo Switch,…

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Back to Bed Review

One of the best things about Indies is that they are not afraid of being weird. Indies generally take more chances than third party developers and create games that are unique and interesting. Not all of these unique and interesting games are good, but I love how Indies are willing to experiment. Take, for instance, Back to Bed for Wii U. You would not see a third party, maybe not even a first party developer, create a game about saving a sleepwalker.

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I’m Going Back to Bed: A Look At A Unique Wii U Indie Game

I’m tired. I don’t feel like writing this article. I think I’ll go Back to Bed. Wait. What’s this? There’s a game for the Wii U called Back to Bed? Alright. I guess I can tell you about this game. I did just get the review code for this game yesterday, so I’ll only be able to tell you a little about it. My full review will hopefully be up next week! For now, let’s take a short look at…

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