IndieMonth was a great success imo. Saw a lot of games I had heard of and a lot I hadn't. Won some games and added to my enormous backlog (is that a positive?). I think the best part for me was seeing the characters that make these games. Some very interesting people out there making these games. Minds like the people interviewed this month is what keeps the indie scene strong and what also help keep the creativity in gaming. AAA games have to play it saf...
I feel like I needed headphones to watch that, but I don't have any on me......
Best VR pitch evar! Interesting to see how open he was about Microsoft and how he feels about them, while at the same time saying he wants to release on it.
Creative game like this one are what drives the indie scene, keep it up.
This is weird, I was using my fingers.
Loved the answer to why they make games. Indie devs = passion + the freedom to do what they want, I like.
Ooo, wonder what the possible 'other' consoles could be. Also, he looks like a DayZ char with that hat and pickax.
Nice to hear a good success on 1 platform leading to releases on so many more. Hopefully the exposure can lead to great things for these guys.
I see what you did there, and I like it. Almost bought this a couple of times when it was on sale, but I was afraid it would get buried under my already massive backlog. (no code preference, NA if PSN)
Yeah, I've heard of it. I just generally don't get too hyped about games until I can decide if they are worth it or not. Still need to see how it comes along before I buy in.
I love that he says he made this game so he could play it. I wish I had the know-how to do that. Simplicity is often over-looked by devs, I feel put off when games are too complicated. You have to find that right balance.
Yeah, reading this made me think of Socom as well. I miss old Socom, not the newest one. Hopefully this captures that feeling we got when playing those games.
I've almost bought this a few times - *crosses fingers*
Had to look up 'Today I die'. Was interesting to see a 'poem-game' in action and wish it was a little more fleshed out.
Agreed. I'm fairly sure I could not do that.
These both sound really interesting, Ima have to check em out when I'm at home.
Oo, these are some I hadn't heard of yet.
Finding the fun should (almost) always be top priority.
I've been seeing SR:R all over the place lately, well deserved hype.
No, thank you sir.
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