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Submitted by garrettglass 346d ago | opinion piece

Top 5 Indie Games from SGC 2014

Garrett from The Koalition writes:

ScrewAttack has always focused on the g1 community, but they also create content about what makes certain games fun. While the crew still focuses on video content as originally planned, they eventually started to branch out into partnering with developers to make their own video games; hence, they created their ScrewAttack Games. With their push towards creating their own games, and their continued content that celebrates discusses them, it’s no wonder that the crew would invite Indie developers to show off their wares at Indie Heaven. There were too many good games at the event, so I decided to create a condensed Top 5 list of the indie games I thought were the most impressive at SGC 2014. (Indie, PC, PS4, Titan Souls, Wii U)

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