October indie game hotlist

Its fair to say that this month is looking very busy with big releases, thats not including PlayStation VR. However, amidst all those blockbuster title you’ve s...[Read More]

Pikuniku is too cute!

Hidden within the Rezzed area of EGX is the Leftfield collection; an assortment of unique indie games aspiring to build more attention. It’s within this assortm...[Read More]

Mantis Burns Racing is topdown racing back to it’s best!

EGX may be over for another year, but the memories of playing some brilliant games certainly aren’t. One of the stand out games for us was the top down racer Ma...[Read More]

M. creates a brilliant and immersive VR experience

It’s fair to say that some of the biggest excitement around this years gaming shows has been towards Virtual Reality. It’s no secret that some dubbing this the ...[Read More]

The Little Acre looks seriously charming

The Little Arce is a point & Click adventurer from indie developer Pewter Games. With beautiful hand-drawn artwork and nostalgically arousing animation ther...[Read More]

First Impressions / The Bunker

A lot of our excitement towards The Bunker was not really knowing what to expect from a live-action game. After playing through the first hour the concept makes...[Read More]

EGX / 5 games we can’t wait to play!

The Razzed Zone looks to offer some of the most original gaming experience on the EGX floor, here are 5 games we cannot wait to get our hands on. 88 Heros Dev: ...[Read More]

The Bunker looks to provide sleepless nights!

The Bunker releases this week and looks to create one of the most unique gaming experiences we’re yet to witness on consoles. Indie developers Splendy aim to co...[Read More]

This weeks indie game console releases 19th September

Tuesday 20th September Dear Esther: Landmark Edition (PS4/ Xbox One) Dev: The Chinese Room/ Robert Briscoe Dear Esther originally released on PC back in 2012 on...[Read More]


What better way to take your final bow as a developer than to create an homage to one of the most beloved genres in retro-gaming. As we, yet again, watch anothe...[Read More]

Syndrome looks atmospherically terrifying

Survival horror games have hugely grown in both popularity and ambition over the recent years; if well developed they can offer some of the most immersive and t...[Read More]

First Impressions / Rive

There’s a reason Two Tribe’s Rive, released this week, made its way on to September’s Hotlist. This dual-stick shoot-em-up (shmup) revels in its retro-gaming he...[Read More]