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Yooka-Laylee Looks Awesome In These Images

You may be aware that a band of ex-Rare developers (named Playtonic Games) is working on a spiritual successor of Banjo-Kazooie. This has been known as Project Ukulele for a while, but today the studio revealed the name: Yooka-Laylee. Yooka is [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  30 April, 2015
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Wander Interview – Combat Isn’t The Only Way

A few days ago, we published some teasing snippets about our Wander interview. In case you haven’t heard about the game yet, it’s a CryEngine powered MMO which has a very different gameplay compared to genre standards: for instance, [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  27 April, 2015
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PS4 MMO Wander Running @ 1080P/30, Will Release In Late April/Early May

The MMO genre is understandably reliant on combat for the most part, as everyone who’s familiar with this kind of games will be able to attest. Indie MMO Wander will defy this rock-solid norm by using non-combat, exploration based [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  20 April, 2015
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War for the Overworld Review

I’ve had to make a promise to myself early in the note taking phase of this review that I have to limit the number of times I can mention Dungeon Keeper. This is for two very clear reasons: The first is that War for the Overworld is [...] Read more
Chris Wray |  3 April, 2015
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Crowfall Interview – MMORPG + Strategy

We’ve reported on the massive early success enjoyed by Crowfall on its Kickstarter campaign; with three days left, the third stretch goal at $1.4 million is now in sight  and there may be time for a fourth one as well. Being one of the [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  23 March, 2015
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Dev: ID@Xbox Has Been Great, There Are Problems On Sony’s Side Too

Since the very beginning of this console generation, Sony’s PlayStation 4 earned praise from developers of all kinds, including indies. Their self-publishing method enabled many console ports by small studios, whereas Microsoft’s [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  17 March, 2015
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Crowfall Gets More Than Half Of Its Kickstarter Goal In One Day

It looks like a new Kickstarter frenzy is in place. After a fairly long drought, many new interesting projects have arisen in the last few months; we’ve told you all about Into the Stars and Underworld Ascendant in our exclusive [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  25 February, 2015
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Underworld Ascendant Interview – It’s Back

If you’ve been a gamer for more than twenty years, you may remember Ultima Underworld, the first person spin-off that made history along with its sequel.  The good news is that Otherside Entertainment has finally gained the rights to make [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  20 February, 2015
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Lords of Xulima Review – Old School’s Back

Lords of Xulima is a mythical beast, a Kickstarter game that made three-and-a-half times its goal, albeit its original target was merely $10,000 and when the crowdfunding campaign launched, the game was already close enough to completion to see [...] Read more
Chris Wray |  19 February, 2015
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Indie JRPG Edge of Eternity Now On KS With PS4/XB1 Stretch Goals

French developer Midgar Studio published today its Kickstarter campaign for Edge of Eternity; the good news is that you can try a pre-alpha demo on PC before committing to a pledge, and that includes those gamers who use Mac or Linux instead of [...] Read more
Alessio Palumbo |  15 February, 2015

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