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Submitted by Arcee 767d ago | opinion piece

IndieCade Brings Innovation and Fun to E3

Arcee "At this year’s E3, I got another opportunity to check out the IndieCade booth and see which games have the possibility to rise above the others and will eventually become the next big independent games that will surely wow the gaming public if and when they are ever released. But when you consider past IndieCade entrants such as Auditorium, Limbo, Zeno Clash, Dangerous High School Girls in Trouble! and Braid, it is hard to dispute the pedigree of the games that have come through IndieCade." (E3, IndieCade)

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