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Submitted by FanOfRootBeer 374d ago | article

Indiecade East once again shows off the games you might be playing next

GameZone: Indiecade East features the full gamut of what it can mean to be “indie”. From a Sony booth featuring independent Vita and PS4 games, to a tournament for e-sport indie games like Nidhogg and Videoball, 2014’s Indiecade now showcases the high profile and the incredibly low profile. Located next to a Facebook booth and an Oculus Rift demo was a room dedicated to the little guys. Games were rotated every few hours, so I saw as much as I could. Here are my favorite up-and-comers: (Mobile, PC, PS Vita)

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