An upcoming indie thriller plans to take you to a broken dreamscape.
What happens when you take two popular franchises and place them in a niche genre? You get this week's games.
While the prospect of running a call center may not seem fun, this entertaining indie spares you from the wrath of customers.
One of the best freeware games ever made gets a follow up.
What games would lead one to think of American absurdism and French existentialism? Read on to see.
Starbound grows. Will it be able to dethrone Terraria? Time will tell.
Halloween may done this year, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy some creepy adventure games.
I sense a 2D, basketball RPG game with pixel art in your future...
This week's almost decade old title managed to hit upon pioneering ideas before they were being pioneered.
Creative Director of Obsidian Entertainment about life, Project Eternity, the universe, Kickstarter and everything.
A trickle of details about Jason Rohrer's new game come out through the game's site.
Top-down space fighting is the order of the day.
The Kickstarter ends, the dust settles and Obsidian is still on the field of battle, with $4 million dollars, popular support and Ouroboros on their side.
To know the dudebro is to love the dudebro.
Twenty one new games are at the gates. Whatever comes out of them, we have a better chance of enjoying them, if we know what we're going to play in the next months!