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PAXCRASHERS Podcasts: From PAXEAST 2013

We recorded podcasts from PAX EAST 2013. Would you like to know more? Continue »

Developer Interview: Cipher Prime – Splice

We talk to Dain Xaiver Saint and Will Stallwood of Philadelphia indie studio Cipher Prime, the team behind Auditorium Duet, Splice, and Intake. Continue »

The Five Games You Should Be Following

Not every awesome game coming out in the next twelve months has the marketing budget of an Activision release. Regardless, the following fivesome look to be some of the coolest games I've ever seen. They're games worth following on... Continue »
By David S. Gallant | 05 October 2011 | Editorial | , , , , , , | 3 Comments   

No Time To Explain, Indie Game Destroys Pledge Goal

I'm you from the future. There's no time to explain. A small indie developer asked for the community for help to back their game. Little did they know just how loudly the video game community would... Continue »
By Rob James | 15 April 2011 | News | , , , | 0 Comments   

Epic Dungeon is an Epic in a Dungeon

Awesome Rogue-like on XBL Indie Games for $1? Hell yes! Continue »
By David S. Gallant | 25 March 2011 | Reviews | , , , , | 0 Comments   

Delayed Reactions: LIMBO

Uncertain of his sister’s fate, a boy enters Limbo. Will you?
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GameCrashers Radio Ep.48 – A reckless disregard for E3!

E3 is only a stones throw away and before we "crash" the convention hall, we've called upon President and Founder of Dejobaan Games, Ichiro Lambe, to come in and share his thought on "Three" and how it's both good... Continue »

GameCrashers Radio Ep.47 – Bit.Trip ‘Reviewer’

Alex Neuse of Gaijin Games "crashes" the podcast to share his philosophy on reviewing games, his feelings about game reviewers, and how video games are getting to easy and making everybody "lazy gamers." This should prove quite interesting! Continue »

This is the Only Level – This Flash game will warp your brain!

I can't say too much about this game without giving away the 'brain-warping' component of this game. But trust us, it's worth checking out. Bring two Excedrin. Continue »
By Rob James | 28 February 2010 | Editorial | , , | 1 Comment   

Doom: The Rogue Like

This one just made me chuckle.  I’ve never really been a fan of the original Rogue, but I certainly can appreciate the execution of something like this.  I mean, who would (honestly) expect Doom and Rogue to create anything... Continue »
By Rob James | 30 November 2009 | Editorial, Media, Trailers | , , , , | 0 Comments   
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