In this podcast episode, we're discussing how we like to play indie games and which platform we think is the best for enjoying independent games on.
If you're the kind of person who loves to see how well their colon works, these scary indie games might put your sphincter to the test.
Nidhogg II is a fighting game in the sense that two characters fight against each other. Aside from than that, it has little in common with other games in the genre.
I should start this review by saying that I don't hate Owlboy. There are a lot of positives to the game but despite all the critical acclaim this game receives, I still struggle to enjoy it. Let me explain why that is. Pros Fantastic hi-bit visualsBeautiful animationGreat writing and characters Cons Dull gameplayAwkward controls https://images.igdb.com/igdb/image/upload/t_original/udqvcuxwdiuylbxnlpge.png … Continue reading No matter how hard I try, I can’t bring myself to like Owlboy – Review
Gang Beasts is a physics-based fighting game where you brawl like a bunch of drunk babies. It's a pretty good game but it still feels like it's missing something.
The Sexy Brutale is a stylish adventure puzzle game that has you time travelling to stop murders.
The Escapists 2 has you escaping a variety of different prisons. It's an enjoyable indie game with a decent amount of depth.
Inside was the 2016 follow-up to Limbo. While it wasn't a sequel, it was almost essentially the same game. Was it as good? Was it better?
Void Bastards is a stylish, first-person rogue-like shooter and even though it's grindy and repetitive at the start, it'll probably win you over with it's stylish aesthetic and pick-up-and-play gameplay.
In this month's Retro Bandits episode, we're looking back at some of our favourite shooters from the 90s and 00s. Games discussed: Goldeneye 007, Half-Life, Unreal Tournament, Timesplitters, Halo, Call of Duty, Medal of Honour.