Submitted by ShotgunPlusFace 1192d ago | opinion piece

Relatively Obscure Videogames I Want You To Pay Attention To | Game Front

Jim Sterling writing for Game Front: "One of the best parts of having a little soapbox is that it can be used to help those games that really need it. While I spend a lot of my time talking about big games like Call of Duty and Uncharted, the real joy for me is working out the games few people are talking about, and focusing on them in a bid to get a couple more tongues wagging. In many ways, it makes me no different from the common shill that most of my ilk are accused of being, but it’s apparently okay to be a shill provided you’re acting as the mouthpiece of the underdog. If it’s got a small budget and is being made by a studio that nobody’s heard of, acting as an unpaid advertiser is considered a noble cause. I am happy with that, because it means I get to do something I love." (Among The Sleep, Awakened, Dragon Commander, Industry, Jeklynn Heights, Lucius, PC)

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