Justin Scerbo of The Zero Review takes a look at Axiom Verge, the new Spring Fest Indie title for Sony that mirrors Metroid in a very flattering light.
This game looks so cool. All the spring sale games this year have been great
So I totally want this game now, and I can say I've never even heard of it until reading this. Sounds great to me. We need more games built in the style of the old days, when mechanisms and game design were more important than the count of how many individually-modeled hairs you could identify on your in-game attack dog. DOG HAIR PHYSICS SON, WHO NEEDS GOOD GAMEPLAY WHEN WE HAVE DOG HAIR PHYSICS!?
I like dags.
Looks like this one is living up to the hype. So many good games are out.
I dunno man...needs dynamic beard growth mechanic
I'll keep in on my radar:)
Got a chance to play it at PAX East earlier this year. I only played for about 15 minutes, but what I experienced was indicative of what could quite possibly be the next great indie masterpiece. Can't wait to fire this one up tomorrow!
I gave this game a go at GDC! Simple mechanics with flares of complexity to keep you engaged. A testament to developers and indie devs alike. If you want to make a kick ass game, it doesn't NEED anything but your kick ass love and attention! And in turn... it will gain my kick ass love and attention.
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