Tag Archives: Indie

Journey: Revisited 5 Years Later And How Indie Gaming Was Impacted

Share This: It’s been five years since thatgamecompany released their smash hit Journey. I recently replayed Journey and I’ll be talking about how the game stands up five years later and how some of this year’s indie classics may have been inspired by indie game. (While you read, it’s worth listening to the Soundtrack to Journey) So for those of you that don’t know Journey is an indie game originally released exclusively for… Read Article →

Think of the Children preview Pax East 2017

Share This: Think of the Children is an indie game developed by Australian developer Jammed up Studios. This gem of a game was discovered by us at Pax east 2017 as part of the Pax Aus roadshow. After chatting with one of the developers on the game we learned a little bit more about this aesthetically cute morbid game. Think of the children is a game where you play as… Read Article →

Are AAA and Indie Still Enough to Define a Game?

Share This: When we talk about games, we often lump them into one of two basic categories, “AAA” and “indie”, based on a games’ budget. Think of AAA as the gaming equivalent of a blockbuster movie. It’s a spectacle when it’s released and its expected to bring in huge numbers for the publisher. These are games like Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto, games that break out of the… Read Article →

Democracy 3

Share This: Democracy 3 is something I’d never thought I’d even consider playing. The game is very simply, the ultimate governmental simulator. It plays out in that you choose a country and become it’s President or Prime Minister. You inherit the countries existing issues and problems as well as many of the existing laws of the land and it is your job to improve the country, keep your cabinet happy… Read Article →