OnlySP: One of the most frequent complaints about the Triple-A games industry, and one that only seems to be growing in volume as time goes on, is that of its insularity. There really is no doubt that the biggest bets in gaming are made on the safest gambles: first-person shooters; increasingly generic action games; heavily directed action/adventure titles and open-world RPGs. I’ve written before about the homogeneity so prevalent in today’s Triple-A selection, so I won’t waste too many words lamenting the fact. In contrast to this, the indie scene is booming and bringing with it the kind of creativity that is so lacking amongst big budget games. With the efforts of these small teams being embraced more with each passing month by both publishers and consumers, we can’t help but wonder whether this will spark a revelation of sorts.