In our first ever Retro Bandits episode, we're discussing platformers that included lusty lizards, hasty hedgehogs, and bonkers bandicoots and how much we either love or loathe them. Games Discussed: Gex, Ratchet & Clank, Crash Bandicoot, Super Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog.
In this month's bonus episode, we're discussing some of the unwritten rules of gaming like spamming, cheesing, and camping.
This month, we decided to play more of the games nominated at the Independent Game Festival that was subsequently cancelled.
In this extra bonus episode, we're discussing just how tragic Ninja is and whether it's fair to use XIM input adapters or aimbots.
This month, we've been playing some of the games nominated for the Independent Game Festival's Seumas McNally Grand Prize. Games discussed: Slay the Spire, Eliza, A Short Hike.
In this extra bonus episode, we're discussing using save states and rewind features in retro games, "Choose Your Own Adventure" taking down indie games on Itch.io, and the developer who put his indie game onto a torrent site to get one step ahead of pirates. Itch.io removing games with “Choose Your Own Adventure”: https://www.theverge.com/2019/12/9/21003455/chooseco-choose-your-own-adventure-itch-io-trademark-infringement-takedown-notices Indie … Continue reading Episode 1+ | Save states, “Choose Your Own Adventure”, indie devs getting ahead of pirates, outrage in games
Welcome to The Indie Bandits Podcast. In this episode, we discuss the great indie games that were nominated for Best Independent Game at The Game Awards but didn't win. Games discussed: Baba Is You, Untitled Goose Game, Katana ZERO, Outer Wilds.
In our first-ever podcast episode (aka "The Pubcast"), we talk about the indie games that we've been playing recently and the Nintendo Indie World and Sony State of Play presentations. Games discussed: Divinity: Original Sin, Overcooked, Overcooked 2, Sniper Elite 4, Supermash, Streets of Rage 4, Skatebird, Dreams. Nintendo Switch - Indie World Showcase - … Continue reading Episode 0 | What We’re Playing, Nintendo’s Indie World, and Sony’s State of Play