From my understanding, it is most cost-effective to release on PC/mobile first. Developing for console is a long and expensive road that some starting indie devs can't afford right away.
I agree, I think both look really great. I love the visuals on Scale!
Curious why people are saying the parents are stupid... they didn't give the boy the game, they explained why it wouldn't be appropriate for him to play it.
I think so too! The art looks really solid and the gameplay seems interesting.
Favorite bundle so far! :)
This was a frustrating article to read. I also disagree with almost everything he said. I loved the dialogue choices, and I feel like having "right/wrong" answers would be a bad idea.
Haha, pretty awesome :)
I feel like this writer was just looking for stuff to complain about. A lot of these covers were just fine!
I would love to see Legend of Dragoon rebooted :)
That pacman dress is pretty cute! I also like the gameboy dress that's been going around on etsy. Would be great for cons and parties, maybe not for every-day wear.
Pretty good list! I think I've played through 3 or 4 of these, all were fantastic.
Super awesome, I loved Bully :D
These are all really great!
This looks awesome, I love the Studio Ghibli art style.
Haha, I believe an indie game is a game produced by an individual or small team (usually without a publisher support). I'm a fan, I think it's great that smaller games and companies are getting recognized.
I just came here to say that I enjoy the picture they used for this article.
These are pretty great! I want the pokeball necklace :)
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