New Study Finds Brains Synchronize While Playing Online Games
In the past two years, online gaming and other forms of social contact have grown in popularity. This trend will likely continue as remote working and investments in social technology increase. And a study conducted by scientists at the University of Helsinki found that it’s possible that while playing online games, players are unintentionally communicating […]
Reviews and Developer Interviews: My Process
We’re officially in September! While I have several writing projects in the works, I thought I would write something about how my review/interview process works. This year has been my most active yet for writing game articles. While a lot of that has been down to my unemployment and health issues, I just love talking […]
Gamedev Interview: James Wragg (Creator of Dread Delusion!)
I’m back with a new game dev interview! This one was unfortunately a bit delayed. I’ve just come through a horrific heatwave here in the UK; temps hit 37 celsius where I live. Might not sound too bad, but we don’t have AC, nor do we have any infrastructure really designed for this heat. It […]
Indie Corner Episode 14: Summer Is Here!
Well, summer has arrived. As I write this, it’s a hot day here in the UK and I’m melting. But it’s just a nice excuse to have ice cream and play some more games! I’m back with another episode of the Indie Corner! Just two games will be covered today, but both of these are […]
Hidden Gems from the Steam Summer Sale!
Steam Sales. They are enjoyable events, and always terrifying for my bank balance! I always picture my bank account crying whenever a big gaming sale turns up. It certainly spent a while protesting when I paid for my Steam Deck! I have many different projects in the works. I’ve got plenty of indie titles to […]
Gamedev Interview: Lioncode Games
I’m back! It’s been a busy time for me recently. First of all, my Steam Deck arrived! I will be working on some articles for this at some point, but I wanted to show off a gamedev interview today. This one is with Sergio, solo dev of the awesome mech roguelike known as Mech Armada. […]
Indie Corner Episode 13: More Early Access Goodness!
It’s me again with another episode of the Indie Corner! The Steam Summer sale is right upon us, and I have my new Steam Deck on the way. You can bet quite a lot of cash I’ll be doing some reviews and articles on Valve’s greatest invention since Half-Life, but I just need to be […]
Gamedev Interview: Mohawk Games
I recently reviewed Old World: a strange twist on the 4X genre. It’s a blend of Crusader Kings politics and relationships and Civilisation, focusing on the ancient world. After a while on the Epic Store, it finally released on Steam in May. You can check out my impressions review of Old World here: I recently […]
Syberia: The World Before is coming in November on consoles!
Microids is pleased to unveil the physical console edition of Syberia: The World Before, which will be available in November 2022 for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series.Praised by journalists (81% Metascore) and gamers worldwide (92% positive reviews on Steam), Syberia: The World Before will be available in a limited edition for PlayStation 5 and Xbox […]
UNDETECTED – classic stealth action sneaking its way to PC and consoles
Indie publisher Digerati is happy to announce it’s bringing UNDETECTED, a top-down stealth action game with a classic feel, to PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S later this year (Q4 2022). Created by Mexican developer Merlino Games, UNDETECTED is the studio’s second stealth-focused project, following its 2021 debut, The Chameleon. UNDETECTED offers classic, top-down stealth […]