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Submitted by Lizardfromthedeep 924d ago | opinion piece

Dr. David's Indie Roundup: Serious Sam, Hotline Miami, IndieCade East, and more

GameZone's David Sanchez writes: "Welcome to the inaugural edition of Dr. David’s indie roundup, where I, Dr. David, will be your host. I will guide you through a few of the current stories going on in the world of indie game development. Don’t let my title scare you -- I won’t be stabbing you with needles or drawing blood. Think of it as a fake title, like when paleontologists have a doctorate degree. I mean, those dudes aren’t really doctors anyway. Not that they’re not useful -- it’s certainly of the utmost importance to know when dinosaurs pooped. Um, all right, I’m going to stop offending scientists now and get this thing started. Let’s talk indie games!" (A Valley Without Wind 2, A Virus Named Tom, PC, PS3, The Basement Collection, Xbox 360)

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