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Indie Corner Episode 35: The Final Frontier

In Episode 35, I cover recent release Dungeon Drafters, a solid dungeon crawler/deckbuilding hybrid, as well as the incredibly ambitious space RPG Spacebourne 2!

So… these AAA releases have been a disappointment so far this year, huh? I’ve lost count of how many have launched in such a messy state. We’re at — what? Seven now in 2023 alone? It is so frustrating to see. I think my little ‘gaming laptop’ is secretly glad it cannot run these games. […]

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Indie Corner Episode 34: A Voxel Realm

In today's episode, I cover two games with voxel graphics: the incredibly ambitious and unique detective sim Shadows of Doubt, as well as dungeon crawler Netherguild!

Welcome to a new episode of the Indie Corner. Once again, the weather here in the UK has been… weird! Lots of sunshine, but two degrees Celsius in late April. I know I’ll miss cooler weather in summer, so I will not complain. Anyhow, I have two reviews to share today. There will be no […]

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The Best and Worst of Every Pokemon Generation: Episode 3

I decided to leave out Scarlet/Violet in this episode for a full review of those games once I've completed it, so these are my reviews on Generation 7 and 8. Yep, it's time for the lovely Dexit controversy!

We’re back with more rambles and rants on Pokemon! It’s been a while since the second part of this little miniseries. Playing Pokemon X for the first time since the release was some experience. That game is…weird, you know? While I appreciate the visual design and how diverse the Pokedex was in those games, Game […]

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GOTY 2022: Hidden Gems

We're on Episode 3 of my annual GOTY series! Today, I'll be covering five of my favourite games that've gone under the radar. They may be flawed, or overlooked, or both, but I've had fun with these, and hopefully you'll have fun too!

I hope everyone is keeping well! It’s the coldest morning of the year so far, and I’m hiding in my bedroom with a jumper and thermal socks to keep warm. We’re onto the hidden gem segment of this year’s GOTY event. This is the episode where I recommend some of the…more quirky games released this […]

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Indie Corner Episode 24: Hackers, Flowers and Spaceships, Oh My!

We review three new games today! Wydle Flowers, Deadeye Deepfake Simulacrum and Cosmoteer are today's helpings!

We are officially in November! October was a long and rough month for me, at least healthwise, but I seem to be on the mend. It was also a massive month for games with lots of big releases. The standouts for me were Persona 5 Royal finally coming to PC and the massive Rimworld expansion, […]

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Gamedev Interview: Open the Gates!

We're close to Halloween, and I bring another interview! Today we welcome Robin, the developer of recent indie game Open the Gates.

Halloween is right around the corner, and I have very few plans besides the usual: scary games and copious amounts of food. I’ve got a new interview to share today with you all: a new Stronghold-esque, side-scroller city building game released not long ago, Open the Gates. I was able to grab the brains behind […]

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Price of Progress, A Poem about Praetor Jin-Gitaxias

And another of my poem thingies, next on in the Praetor order is Jin-Gitaxias. This one is kinda short and has some weird words… intentionally, I want to say, since I figure that if you’d tell him to write a poem, he’d just use some search engine to find words that rhyme with each other, […]

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SpeakableCassie's Ominous October Spookathon: Part 3    

SpeakableCassie runs through her third annual Ominous October Spookathon event, with plenty of horror game recommendations to go around!

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Gamedev Interview: Francis Clark (Ctrl Alt Ego)

Today, I interview Francis Clark, developer of the excellent immersive sim Ctrl Alt Ego. This game seriously needs more attention.

So I’ve been playing a lot of games lately. With so many out there, sometimes we get amazing games which just don’t get the attention they deserve. One of these games is Ctrl Alt Ego, a fascinating immersive sim exploring robotics, hacking and survival. I didn’t even hear about it until recently which was a […]

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Exploring TactiCon: Early Impressions!

I had the opportunity to play some really cool games for this weekend, big thanks to Firesquid and Hooded Horse for the occasion!

I would like to thank Hooded Horse and Firesquid for hosting this event. Strategy games are seeing somewhat of a resurgence in the last couple of years, and these guys have done great in supporting those brave enough to tackle the market. TactiCon is currently available on Steam until the 26th, and covers a host […]

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