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Tag Archives: Indie

Superhot review
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Superhot review

[Reviewed on PC] Superhot is a spectacular example of the current indie development scene’s bold innovation, and yet it feels like a game that – in it’s current form at least – doesn’t quite live up to its full potential. Superhot is a first-person shooter in which you use pistols,...

Undertale review
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Undertale review

If we’d have told you at the beginning of 2015 that one of the year’s greatest success stories would be an 8-bit-style RPG where you don’t even have to fight enemies, you’d most likely have laughed the very words off our pages. But it happened. A devout and adoring fan...



How Xbox won back the indie devs

ID@Xbox is about to turn two years old, and it’s already clear that the program has radically changed since its inception. European manager of the scheme, Agostino Simonetta, spoke to us about how far the program has come, how it’s shaping the identity of the Xbox One, and where it...

Her Story review
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Her Story review

Her Story burrowed into our brain and dug right in there, buried itself like a tic. It made us compulsively obsessed with small details, it made us listen intently to the sole character’s voice, replaying bytes of sound over and over again as we scanned for a crack in the...

Sunset review
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Sunset review

Sunset has a lot to say. It talks of war, of art and culture, family, home and responsibility. It talks of race, gender, wealth, privilege and society as a whole. It talks of love. In a fashion comparable to Gone Home, Sunset is less a game and more an interactive...

Invisible, Inc. review
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Invisible, Inc. review

Your main enemy in Invisible, Inc. isn’t the goons that populate the levels, it’s time. Typically, you think of stealth games as sluggish – you’ve got to wait, examine your surroundings, move at the optimum times. That’s only partly true with Invisible, Inc.; sprinting is your friend, you want to...