What if we could replay some of the greatest gaming experiences of our lives again, but for the first time? Which would they be, and why?
Greg Kasavin and Amir Rao from Supergiant Games revealed a new trailer for their latest title during Sony’s pre-Electronic Entertainment Expo press briefing.
Supergiant Games’ creative director Greg Kasavin talks about the themes and motivations behind the robo-busting action of Transistor.
Sponsored Post It’s official. You really shouldn’t bother buying a Triple-A game on release date because the publisher is just going to slash prices by 50% the following month.
Supergiant Games, the studio behind the award-winning downloadable game Bastion, just announced its latest project, and it looks gorgeous.
Editor’s Pick Here are 15 mobile games released this past year that will thrill, delight, and entertain you for weeks and months to come, chosen from an overwhelmingly large number of mobile gaming apps available in both iOS and Android app stores.
The Humble Indie Bundle, the pay-what-you-want indie-gamestravaganza, is back with its fifth offering, and this one includes its highest-profile titles to date.
Timeline cover images featuring indie and artistic games like Limbo, Fez, and Minecraft to decorate your Facebook profile.
Hell Yeah! is the visually stunning platformer from publisher Sega and developer Arkedo. It’s one of the games you should know about coming out of PAX East 2012.
Indie games are officially in style. Amidst all the bundles that have been offered for so very little money all year, it can sometimes be hard to take a step back and gather one’s thoughts about which of the indie games released in 2011 really stood out among the crowd. We have taken the time to rifle through dozens of these games to find the very best, and the following list, presented in no particular order of quality, are the ten we have chosen. Feel free to suggest your own favorites in the comments below, or yell at your monitor for any startling omissions from the list.
Never start a company with your friends. You’ll wind up hating each other. Amir Rao didn’t listen to that advice, and so far it’s working out for him.