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Xbox at gamescom 2017

Xbox headed to Cologne, Germany for gamescom 2017. This being the first time the Xbox One X had landed on European shores you’d be forgiven for expecting the Xb...[Read More]

The trend of farming sims continues with Farmer’s Dynasty

These last 2 years have seen a huge increase in the development of farming sims, from strict simulation games like Real Farm Sim to more open-world adventure li...[Read More]

Zelda inspired ‘Songbringer’ to release at the beginning of September

One-man development team Wizard Fu and UK based publishers Double Eleven have confirmed that the upcoming Zelda inspired RPG Songbringer will release on PC and ...[Read More]

REVIEW / Nidhogg 2

The original Nidhogg released back in 2014, coming from nowhere and engrossing players with its simplistic design and brilliant multiplayer. For the most part, ...[Read More]

Indie Game Console Releases 14th August

Each week we take you through the indie games that are releasing on PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Below is a full list of all indie games releasing the we...[Read More]

REVIEW / Redeemer

Sometimes games can over complicate themselves, either through multilayered and intertwined stories or requiring the player to learn an array of controls or mec...[Read More]

Indie-Credible Podcast Ep11 – Is Hellblade our Game of the Year so far?

You’ll be happy to hear Tom is back! He joins us as we talk about AAA indie title Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice – a game that delves into the d...[Read More]

REVIEW / Hellblade : Senua’s Sacrifice

I remember being told that gaming was the future of story telling, that developers would be able to immerse you in a story in ways that cinema and books never c...[Read More]