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September 26th 2020
7 Forgotten PS1 Titles That Deserve New Life
September 2020 marked the 25th anniversary of the release of the original Sony Playstation in Europe and North America. 25 years since one of the consoles that completely revolutionised the virtual world was unleashed upon the real one...
June 29th 2020
Steam's Cave of Wonders: Diamonds in the Rough
With large scale events looking to be on hold for some time yet, many convention-goers like myself are feeling somewhat of a void inside. A touch of emptiness. Aside from the social and creativity aspects, cons also give us a chance to trial games we wouldn’t normally get to anywhere else...
February 18th 2021
2021 is looking to be a strong year for point-and-click adventures. With so many scheduled releases from genre heavyweights and brand new developers alike, there’s a whole new world of adventures out there for players to sink their teeth into...
The Indie Game Website
November 12th 2020
Macabre Imagery and Terrifying Soundscapes Pulse Through Lamentum
I have a strange relationship with the horror genre: casual yet complex. We see each other every so often, but only in certain ways. Horror films don’t do much for me and horror games I’m rather picky about...
Indie Story Games
August 25th 2020
Close To Home: The Hard-Hitting Power of Point & Click
Reality. A complex, unforgiving and often subjectively contested state. Defined by Plato as “a shifting exhibition, like shadows cast on a wall by the activities of their corresponding universal Ideas or Forms”...
August 24th 2020
Regina: The Character That Defines Pixie Poison
Winter 1999. The last months of the year and the end of the millennium. I always find that a Broken Sword quote is able to set almost any scene perfectly. The Euro had been established, Bill Gates had become the richest person in the world and Sega had introduced the Dreamcast to the US market...