My wife and continue to boldy go where probably a couple other thousand gamers have gone before in Lovers Playing Lovers… – Part 2! Don’t forget to subscribe! Seriously… we mean it. Subscribe.
I bolted home from work today, running small children on bikes and woodland creatures alike off the road, in my quest to come home and play Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime. My wife was good enough to participate in a recording session of our first play attempt, and thus the video series “Lovers Playing Lovers…” was born. Enjoy our playthrough […]
PAX has again come and gone, and I must once more weep into my chocolate milk, as I have not yet had the pleasure of attending one. However, the folks in charge of the PAX Indie Megabooth have been good enough to index their featured games on this newfangled information superhighway.
Sergey Galyonkin, creator of admittedly-flawed Steam stat tool Steam Spy, recently posted on Twitter a list of six games which have sold over one million copies so far in 2015. Indie game Rocket League and Early Access title Besiege are on the list along with heavy hitters such as GTA V and H1Z1.
So what’s the definition of indie these days? It’s a word that gets thrown around a lot in the 21st century. When not applied to gaming, it seems to mean very different things.
I’ve been very excited about Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime since I heard about it earlier this year. The concept is simple yet novel: it’s a one or two-player couch co-op game about operating a spaceship.
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I’ve played through all of the Trine games so far, and I always thought they were an interesting case study in terms of games I’ve enjoyed.