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Romero: Virtual Reality Is A Fad

John Romero, co-founder of id Software and designer of DOOM and Quake and now creative director for the Games and Playable Media Masters degree program at UC Santa Cruz, revealed a strong opinion against VR in an interview with [...] Read more
Mostafa Hossam |  25 July, 2014

Skara The Blade Remains – Q&A

Since our tease from two days ago, Skara The Blade Remains has been funded on Kickstarter, although there are still 9 hours to pledge towards the first stretch goal – a new playable race called Celea. Read on for the full interview with [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  4 July, 2014

A Chat With Mixed Bag Games

Yesterday we left you with a little taste of our complete interview with Mauro Fanelli from Mixed Bag Games, a two-person indie studio based in Italy which is currently working on Futuridium EP Deluxe and forma.8. Please enjoy the rest! Hello [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  1 July, 2014

PS4 Is A Beast, Sony An Awesome Partner, Says Dev

While the Italian development scene may have consisted in just Milestone for many sad years, there is now a thriving indie environment with many interesting games being made such as Futuridium EP Deluxe, scheduled for a release on PlayStation 4 [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  30 June, 2014

Sony Indie Dev Relations Are “Amazing”

The importance of indie developers has grown a lot in the past year or so, especially in the console scene. With the initial drought of titles after the launch of Xbox One and PlayStation 4, indie games were critical in filling the space between [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  24 June, 2014

Among The Sleep Devs On Next Gen Ports

Yesterday, Norwegian studio Krillbite offered themselves for an AMA(Ask Me Anything) session on r/games. Many tidbits on the game and its development were unfolded, including some details on the state of ports for next generation consoles of [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  1 June, 2014

New atmospheric Caffeine Trailer

A new Caffeine Trailer (number 4) from Incandescent Imaging has been released today, and it is quite immersive. Check it out below:   In this Unreal Engine 4 sci-fi horror game you awake, as a young boy, alone on a space station. You can [...] Read more
Marco Boschini |  11 April, 2014

Betrayer Review – Just Missing A Few Colors

You wake up on a beach in colonial America after having survived a shipwreck. The whole world is painted in black and white and all you hear is the sound of waves crashing and birds chirping in the distance, yet, something feels off. As you [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  9 April, 2014

Awesomenauts PS4 To Be Released On March 4 and 5

Ronimo Games announced in a press release that Awesomenauts PS4 is finally being released next week, after some last minute delays (the game was originally scheduled for the platform’s launch , and then they suggested it could have been [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  26 February, 2014

The Witness: Jonathan Blow Gives 10 Min Walkthrough

Ever since itss announcement at the Playstation 4 reveal, we haven’t heard or seen much about Jonathan Blow‘s latest creation, The Witness. Luckily, the mind behind the indie hit Braid has prepared a rather lengthy 10 minute [...] Read more
Francesco Ramazzotti |  17 February, 2014


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