Another day, another interesting indie game to highlight! Today, we’re checking out The Last Faith – A Dark Gothic Metroidvania by a small team formed by two brothers Duilio and Riccardo Guglielmino!
One thing I like about this era of gaming is that we keep getting all these new forms of gaming like Blue Fire in a time of back to back remakes (not that I’m hating, still waiting on that Sonic Adventure remake), and this game is no exception.
Kindred Fates is an open-world monster battling RPG, and a love letter to the monster battle genre. While many see this game as Pokemon-inspired, my cultured eyes see an inspiration more akin to Digimon.
I’m sure that by now you’ve noticed that games these days are being shaped by what how the media, particularly by gaming journalism. After the reaction to Sekiro’s difficulty and other indie games been blasted for their different takes in story-telling, one has to wonder if gaming is still as free as we all like to think?
So, bet you didn’t expect a game like this huh? Or maybe you did, you’ve anticipated this day for years. Either way, Drone Strike Force is here that it lets you control drones in an online shooter gameplay.
A long time ago I talked about a game called LEAP, 2D online multiplayer battle arena platformer that’s developed by ICS Studios and have been following the development process of that game since then. Well today, we finally got to see what the game has evolved into and the official name for the game. I must say, I’m impressed!
If you’re new here then you probably don’t know this but once in a while, I like to feature games that I think you guys might find cool and share them with you. Today, we looking at Araní, a 3D hack & Slash single-player game for PC, Xbox and PlayStation, in which the players take the role of Arani, a tribal warrior in a journey to save her tribe from ancient mythological power.
So while browsing the internet, I stumbled upon a game called Temtem that seemed interesting. I can’t tell for sure if the game will see a future just yet but the ideas it presents are impressive nonetheless.
Ever since the success of the Dark Souls series, there’s not shortage of souls-like game on the horizon and Dead Cells is no exception…