Last year, we took a look at the indie FPS Interstellar Marines, a shooter with ambitious aim of melding a high-concept sci-fi theme with realistic tactical action. During E3, gamers can play Interstellar Marines: Deadlock via the Zero Point website and even save 50% on the full version of the game.
Considering this is such a small team that's developing the game, it's hard not to be impressed with the level of polish that Interstellar Marines displays. Zero Point is dubbing the title "AAA indie" and it's hard not to see why.
|3:45 PM on 10.15.2012|
21 Games! Second wave of Steam Greenlight titles revealed
After the successful launch of Steam Greenlight, many more eager and hopeful independent developers decided to throw their own hats into the ring. This time, however, Valve has bumped up the wave of selected titles from ...more
|12:15 PM on 05.16.2013|
Mayhem Bundle spreads the anarchy, indie style
On the cusp of a number of PC summer sales, Indie Royale has released another mostly-fantastic indie game compilation. Known as the The Mayhem Bundle, players will get five indie titles that sufficiently "bring the pain" thr...more
|12:00 PM on 05.13.2013|
New redaction-heavy The Bureau: XCOM Declassified trailer
There was a rocky period there where I wasn't so sure 2K would keep the XCOM shooter going. To hear that it's back, albeit with new branding, and still looks more or less like what I was hoping to get out of the game in its ...more
|12:45 PM on 05.10.2013|
Gears of War: Judgment gets another free map next week
While it would have been nice for Gears of War: Judgment to come out of the gate with more content, the fact that some of the post-release DLC is free helps reduce the sting. Following the Haven map and Execution mode, anothe...more