We kick off 2012 talking about the Indie game Pitiri 1977, from ILikeSciFi Games… quite possibly the most polarizing title we’ve played so far.
The Game Club goes Indie/Retro this week with The Binding of Isaac, a bold game from the makers of Super Meatboy and Gish.
Originally billed as a portable PS3 powerhouse, Sony’s Next Generation Portable may be going under the knife to reduce the final retail cost. According to 01.net (who has a great track record with Sony’s announcements in the past), the NGP SKU lacking in 3G could also see a significant decrease in RAM, from 512MB built-in, […]
Resembling the creative process behind “Axe Cop”, the child-imagined, developer-designed Sissy’s Magical Ponycorn Adventure brings crayon visuals and abundant adorableness to the freeware adventure games market. The story of the titular Sissy’s hunt for the magical half-Ponies, half-Unicorns (cute in its redundancy, we know) is the product of Cassie, your average 5-year old girl with […]