Interview: Decay of Logos

Last year, we came across Decay of Logos, an RPG drawing on inspirations from European folklore and gaming traditions seen in The Legend of Zelda. This month, we had the pleasure of catching up with development team Amplify Creations, checking in on how the project is coming along. We're incredibly excited about the style and exploration possibilities in Decay of... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Polyphonia

Fresh off the podium at London's VR Indie Pitch, Polyphonia represents a new kind of VR experience that welcomes any player with any skill set. Coming in first was no surprise for this innovative musical experience, what does come as a surprise however is its lone student developer. The experience places you in an outlandish new world,... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Ashigaru

We have fallen into the habit recently of featuring indie VR titles already out for early access or full releases on Steam. Ashigaru is a game still in its early stages, but it just looks so damn exciting we thought we should share it with you guys so you can keep tabs on it. JaudaLabs is a... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Sairento VR

Sairento VR has dark horse-d its way through 2016. When the sword swinging, gun slinging ninja experience hit early access right at the end of the year, it earned itself over a thousand downloads and a 98% Steam approval rating over its first four day period with little conventional marketing. From studio Mixed Realms, Sairento VR positions its... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Vanishing Realms

Things are moving on in the world of VR. Whereas the early days brought us static shooters and cute mini games, we are seeing more and more fully grown experiences cropping up on the indie scene. Vanishing Realms is perhaps one of the most ambitious. The RPG exploration adventure game seeks to blend the fantastical worlds of Skyrim with... Continue Reading →

Musings’ Best Indie Games of 2016

We love a good indie over here at Musings, and we love nothing more than sharing our top titles with you lot. So without further ado, here is a list of the top 5 Indie titles that kept our thumbs twitching in 2016. 5. Cluster Truck I actually wrote about ClusterTruck for ThatVideoGameBlog, but I enjoyed my... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Kept

We've noticed a bit of a trend in the last few Indie VR Spotlight posts, The Gallery and CTRL were featured over the last few weeks. A narrative focus is emerging on the horizon of virtual reality development, particularly the titles being published by independent developers. Kept is no different, and is perhaps the pinnacle of such story focus in VR.... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Vanguard V

ZeroTransform already have a handful of VR titles out there at the moment, most prominent of which is Proton Pulse. However the Oregon based devs are using revenue from this breakout-esque blinder to fund development on their new intergalactic rail shooter, Vanguard V. Players will take the place of Qu and are tasked with saving planet inhabitants... Continue Reading →

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