Really, why even play clearly deficient retro games? I mean, where are the shmup segments in Metroid? Where are the open world segments in Contra? Where are the line segments in a bisected triangle? A.N.N.E. is one part platformer, one part shmup, one part RPG. And this year at PAX A.N.N.E. has all its systems in play. Maybe we'll all get to play it this year.



With the Halloween sale and the Scream Fortress update happening yesterday, this bit of Steam news was overshadowed a bit. A new batch of 100 indie games has been approved on Steam Greenlight, poised to release onto Steam pro...



The adorable indie platformer A.N.N.E. has succesfully reached its goal of $70,000 on Kickstarter. This means we can look forward to seeing a polished version of the completed game released on PC in 2014, with console versio...



The Metroidvania-inspired indie platformer A.N.N.E. has launched a Kickstarter, and unlike other massive projects floating around right now asking for millions of dollars, the goal is only $70,000. At the time of writing, it...



A.N.N.E. is a retro-inspired open-world platformer loaded with adorable charm and fun yet challenging gameplay. The hero is on a quest to find all of the missing pieces of his girlfriend and put her back together.&n...