Eurogamer Kickstarter: Poncho

I Played a variety of indie games at this years Eurogamer event and Poncho was one of these. The game is a platformer in which the main character Poncho is searching to find his maker. The most interesting thing about the game was the mechanic which allows you to shift

Accessed Early: Assetto Corsa

The biggest problem for most racing fans with PC’s, is the lack of great racing games. There are some decent titles out there (R-Factor being one that sticks out) but there is nothing to compete with the scale of Forza Motorsport or Gran Turismo. The career system, building a collection of cars, customizing them, winning

Kickstarting Kickstarters: Kaiju-A-Gogo

This Kickstarter article focuses on an interesting strategy game which is currently being funded on Kickstarter. In Kaiju-A-Gogo you take control of one of the three monsters called Kaiju and use them to destroy cities and take over the world.The game takes place over a total of 50 real world

The Pitch For Mobile Gaming.

The most sneered upon of the gaming platforms, enter, mobile. Gaming on a tablet or a phone is almost universally considered to be casual gaming. And, with games such as Flappy Bird, Angry Birds, or Candy Crush Saga, you may think there is plenty of reason to this assumption. These games don’t compare

Evolve Battle: Goliath Perspective

After seeing that Evolve was playable at PAX East all weekend, I was buzzing for our appointment to come around. For those unaware of Evolve, it is a new take on a multiplayer shooter. Essentially, it is 4V1. One player plays as the Goliath, a massive Godzilla-like creature as it takes