Indie darling, Stardew Valley, is making its way to the PlayStation 4 on December 13th in North America and on the 14th in Europe. This farming simulation role-playing game developed by ConcernedApe was released earlier this year on PC but now it’s coming to PS4, Xbox One, and eventually, the Nintendo Switch.Read moreFarming Simulator, ‘Stardew Valley’, Headed to PS4 and Switch
Not too long ago, a quirky little Indie comic came out by the title of Wretches. I had nothing but praise for this unique and fun title, and Issue #2 is finally up on Kickstarter. Brilliant artwork and a compelling story are a continued promise as we resume the story of Shea and Sean and the battle between Humans and Robots. Keep reading to check out a preview of Issue #2, what the comic is all about and see what those lovely Kickstarter rewards are.Read moreWretches Issue #2 Is Up On Kickstarter
Firewatch, one of my favorite games of 2016, is being made into a feature-length film. The first-person mystery-adventure game released early this year to positive reception. Campo Santo, the indie developer, announced via Twitter that the company is partnering up with Good Universe to bring Firewatch to the big screen.
Read moreMovie Based On Firewatch Announced
If you’re a PlayStation Plus subscriber, then September will be another great month of gaming for you. Sony has just revealed the next batch of games that you will be playing for free this September on your PS4, PS3, and even your PS Vita. Check out the article after the jump to see just what is going to be up for grabs.Read moreHere Are Your Free PS Plus Games For September
On August 16th, a new game by Plastic and Santa Monica Studio called Bound was released to the Playstation 4 and instantly received praise for its artistic design, gameplay mechanics, and it’s inventive, in-game photo mode that allows players to capture beautiful moments as they progress through the story. So it does not come as a surprise that the two companies are holding a photo competition for users to take advantage of this feature.
This year at E3, while people check out the big name games and releases on the showroom floor, Indiecade allows independently developed games to share the spotlight, and for me, Magic Dance Mirror was one of the show-stopping games to check out.