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Rezzed 2012 Conference - Indie Games Previewed

I greet you as one freshly returned from the inaugural (and hopefully now anual) PC gaming expo: Rezzed. I kid you not, there were mountains upon mountains of Indie games dotted all around the show floor. Some were ones IGM have covered in the past, but there were others that took me completely by surprise! So, I felt it only fair that I share with you some of what I learnt on my travels here in the Rezzed 2012 report. Bare in mind I’ll mainly be talking about ‘Big Guns’ of Rezzed in this article, as we’ll have a separate one about the smaller games that made up the SEGA Leftfield collection at a later date. Plus, keep a lookout for a bunch of video interviews in the next day or so! (DayZ, Hotline Miami, Krater, PC, Prison Architect, Rezzed, Serious Sam 3: BFE, Skulls of the Shogun, Strike Suit Zero, Tengami, Xenonauts)

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