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Submitted by thechosenone 728d ago | opinion piece

25 indie games that should be on your radar

One of the best things about travelling to shows like PAX East and the Game Developers Conference is the chance to check out titles from off-the-beaten-path, independent developers.

While shows like E3 are overwhelmed by the presence of multi-million dollar booths from huge publishers, the early-in-the-year shows make a point of highlighting some of the most original and promising game ideas from game makers without big contracts or salaried positions behind them.

Freed from the financial responsibilities of the major AAA publishers, these are the titles that are most likely to truly break new ground in gameplay, aesthetics, and subject matter. (iPad, iPhone, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Xbox 360)

Zeixama  +   728d ago
I always welcome indie. It is exciting to find very good ones.

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