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The folks over over at the Nonadecimal Creative have a much lighter take on the term Social Justice Warrior. The developer recently put out a small, satirical role playing game called Social Justice Warriors and I spoke with Eric Ford about this inspired little title and what he hoped to achieve by making it.
The Wii U’s name is a major reason behind Nintendo’s financial woes, says former head of indie publishing.
Sunless Sea is a popular new contender among early access games, but is it worth your attention?
Crypt of the Necrodancer recently launched on Steam’s Early Access program and I spent some time with it to see if it follows through on its intriguing mechanical premise or ends up just another member of the genre’s rogues gallery. Read on for our hands-on impressions.
Perry interviews Antoine St-Jacques, the developer of an upcoming horror game named NEET.
Fire With Fire just launched its Kickstarter campaign. We spent some hands-on time with the game’s alpha then chatted with the developers to see if it really will bring something fresh and new to the tower defense genre.