Sleeping Dogs Developer United Front Closes Doors

Reports were flooding in overnight of United Front's untimely demise. The studio that brought you 2012's ultimate open world adventure Sleeping Dogs as well as countless other titles including Little Big Planet Karting and Triad Wars has let its staff go and closed the front gate. United Front, based in Vancouver Canada, has also played a major role in the development... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Dead Bug Creek

"Discover clues, party with some dead guys and learn the secrets of Dead Bug Creek" boasts this free roaming adventure VR title's website. Based on developer and artist Ashley Pinnick's own experience growing up in the deserted depths of Arizona, Dead Bug Creek positions you as an alien explorer, allowing you to roam the heavily stylised landscapes... Continue Reading →

Hue Comes to PS4, Vita, Xbox One, and PC This Month

A few months ago we interviewed Dan Da Rocha, one of the creative minds behind out-of-university independent video game developing team Fiddlesticks. Having previously wiped the floor with puzzler Q.U.B.E, they're back with colour-manipulating puzzle platformer Hue.  Playing as titular character Hue, players must seek their lost mother in a grayscale world while learning to master the mysterious... Continue Reading →

No Man’s Sky Has Gone Gold

Umm guys... it's happened.  After a severely delayed release, lawsuit from Sky, and an award for Most Anticipated Game from Amazon, indie marketing phenomenon No Man's Sky has finally gone deliciously gold. Fans who have had their hopes dashed at every gear up to the temporary release dates are celebrating just as much as the devs, who posted... Continue Reading →

Indie VR Spotlight: Annie Amber

If you've ever wanted to journey through the murky subconscious of another human being, Pantumaca Barcelona's Annie Amber should suffice. Players of this experience will have the chance to piece together a woman's life through the fragmented symbolism of her memories. Exploring this dreamlike state through imagery of the solar system forces players to solve around 21... Continue Reading →

Ecotone Review

Taking place between these two biological communities then, the character's search for his own identity becomes particularly poignant. It's a search for identity through opposites - if I am not that, then what am I. What makes you, you? Aside from the cellular make up of your physical body. The puzzle platformer has been around... Continue Reading →

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