Scan lines and VHS winding noises greet you when you boot up Morph Girl. Inspired by Japanese horror and games like Firewatch, Morph Girl is a very interesting indie FMV game.
Crypt of the Necrodancer developer Brace Yourself Games just announced its upcoming title, Industries of Titan. And it’s very different from what we’ve come to know the studio for.
Several E3 attendees and viewers were blown away by cyberpunk indie title The Last Night’s E3 debut trailer, but the game quickly became the center of a storm of Twitter controversy when viewers noticed that its co-creator, Tim Soret, seemed to be a Gamergate supporter.
Mark Kleback knows that, when gamers think of arcades, they think of ‘80s nostalgia titles like Pac-man and Q*bert. He’s been there—from his Brooklyn workshop, Kleback told Kotaku that he still fondly remembers hours spent railing on his local roller rink’s X-Men cabinet.
Cosplayers being around video games, that’s pretty normal. But cosplayers in a game?
Retronator Pixel Art Academy is a game that’s going to teach you about art, while being art at the same time. Ah, video games.
Tale of Tales, who most recently released the excellent Sunset—but who were also behind games like The Path and The Endless Forest—have decided to stop making and releasing commercial (in the most literal sense, as in available for sale) video games, announcing the news with an honest and confronting blog post that…
Behold the befuddling, yet enticing trailer for Michael Madsen's The Visit. Part of the 2015 Sundance lineup, this is the first look we're getting at the mockumentary that asks how the world would respond to alien life.
Blood Sport is the perfect name for am ambitious piece of technology: a rig that will link medical hardware to a video game, and take some of your blood whenever you're hit. All for a good cause, of course.
"Jesus, I can't even watch this," the man sitting next to me whispered, fidgeting in his seat. The screen in front of us played a home video of an infant child named Joel Green, gurgling happily as he played with a bunch of golden retriever puppies.
"Jesus, how much longer is this?" I texted my friend, putting down the PlayStation 4 controller to pause Transistor.
The exotic yet tantalizing alien babe that humanity fetishizes is a well-known sci-fi trope—surely, you've come across it before. Typically, games like Mass Effect let us seduce these characters. But in Redshirt, you can play as that sexy blue alien—and you can see first-hand why this fantasy that is sometimes peddled…
There are so many small teams out there working on so many promising PC games that it's often impossible keeping tabs on them. You read about them, you like the looks of them, then the world keeps spinning and you forget all about something you may otherwise have loved. That's a shame. So we're going to fix it.
Every single Xbox One can be used to make games, Microsoft says—in other words, you can use the next-gen console as your very own development kit.
When they posted it, Random Seed, creators of upcoming Mars-based survival-exploration title Lacuna Passage, called this video a "soundtrack spotlight." And that's what it is: a demonstration of the game's somber and beautiful soundtrack—accompanied by a deeply unsettling sneak-peek at... something.
I mean, I know it's a driving game, a genre that's long had the luxury of looking better than other games, thanks to the fact they only have to render a track and some cars. But still. Look at this.
Who doesn't enjoy getting lost in a big budget action adventure flick; maybe even pretending you're the swashbuckling hero, if just for a little bit. Well, French indie rock quartet, Stuck in the Sound, took those cinematic fantasies a step further in Pursuit, the title track from their identically-named 2012 album.…
Firefly is coming back... sort of. Fox hasn't come to its senses and commissioned a new season of Joss Whedon's ground-breaking space opera. But at least one man is doing his part to keep the story alive. UPDATED: No Firefly link!
Here's a story that everyone will love, except Hollywood. An Indie film, made with absolutely no money and a DSLR camera, has grossed over $200,000 and climbed into iTunes Top 100 Movies.