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Indie Nation: Evoland

Videogames sure have come a long way, haven't they? Well, then again, maybe they haven't. Sure, games now are way more advanced than they were twenty years ago. But what about the untapped potential within the medium? Videogames are, after ...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Zineth

Jet Grind Radio is my favorite game of all time. I don't care that people think it no longer holds up -- its place is solidified in my mind as number one. It's a decade old and still has more style and better character design than most game...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Venus Patrol games

Venus Patrol is a great idea. An indie-focused website hosted by none other than Brandon Boyer who, among other things, is the chairman of the Independent Game Festival. There's a subscription model for Venus Patrol that nets you some reall...   read

 
 
 
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Indie Nation: To the Moon

[That's right, Indie Nation is back! Every so often, we'll highlight some of the best independent games available.] I know, I know. There has been next to no coverage of the indie adventure game To the Moon on this site. On behalf of everyo...   read

 
 
 
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Indie Nation: Ergon/Logos

Our Indie Nation series highlights cool independent games.What is this? An interactive poem? A fast-paced Choose Your Own Adventure? A smarmy existentialist critique of videogames and the status quo? A silly bit of conceptual game art a la ...   read

 
 


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Indie Nation: Immortal Defense

Destructoid's "Indie Nation" series (semi)regularly highlights interesting, independently-developed games. Immortal Defense is a tower defense game for people who abhor tower defense games. Or people who like them. Or people who think they'...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Where's An Egg?

Our Indie Nation series highlights interesting, independently-made games. I will be the first to admit that Where's an Egg? has some of the least interesting base gameplay you'll ever see highlighted on Indie Nation (and that's saying somet...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Time Gentlemen, Please

Our Indie Nation series highlights interesting videogames from -- wait for it -- independent developers.Amusement, and shame. These are the two emotions that every single classic LucasArts adventure game inspires in me. I laugh endlessly at...   read

 
 
 
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Indie Nation: Handle With Care

Our "Indie Nation" series highlights interesting games from the world of independents.Handle With Care, the sequel to Polaris and second game in Robert Yang's Radiator series, came out yesterday. It's interesting.Where Polari...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Mr. Mullet

Indie Nation is an irregularly-scheduled series that highlights good independent games.Mr. Mullet by This Is Pop is probably one of the least funny games on the entire Adult Swim Web site, but it is also undoubtedly one of the best.The basi...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Drug Wars

Indie Nation is about independent games. You could have probably guessed that.To the best of my recollection, I've never played a game quite like Drug Wars. After a remarkably turbulent, accidental release on Steam a couple of months ago, t...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: MoneySeize

At irregular intervals, "Indie Nation" highlights interesting games from the independent scene. I'm tempted to call Matt Thorson the king of indie platfomers, which may sound weird considering I've never highlighted any of his gam...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Rosemary

Indie Nation highlights interesting, independently-made games. Which you probably could have guessed.I have a confession to make: I'm not really a fan of the indie adventure game scene. Apart from the odd deconstructionist works like Snow, ...   read

 
 
 
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Indie Nation: Curse

Every week, Destructoid highlights interesting, innovative, or just plain odd independent games for its "Indie Nation" series.After three weeks of heady, combat-free first-person shooter modifications, what say we detox with a Hal...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation: Polaris

Half-Life 2's Source engine may well be one of the most reliably satisfying pieces of technology in the modern gaming world. It gave us gravity guns, zombie hordes, portal physics -- and now, of all things, a stargazing simulator.Polaris, t...   read

 
 
 
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Indie Nation 63: Dear Esther

I have to admit -- I heard about Dear Esther from RockPaperShotgun, and their writeup is probably superior to whatever it is I'm about to blather on about regarding this moody Half-Life 2 mod.Dear Esther is an incredibly slow-paced mod with...   read

 
 
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Indie Nation #62: Perri's Games

You may know Anthony Perri from his position as Resident Person Named Anthony Who Isn't Anthony Burch in the Destructoid community.* But did you also know that he makes artgames, as well? Surprisingly good, minimalist artgames?Well, he does...   read

 
 


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Just beat Spak the Electric Jesters first The art is rough, the cutscenes are definitely amateurish, ut hloy heck the gameplay and soundtrack where solid as Will try to focus on the backlog now, but I want to check the other stories later

 
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Just bought Im finally gonna play the game where Jin is from after all these years playing him in MVC2:

 
MAX APPLESAUCE

LIFE DOESNT ALWAYS GO YOUR WAY BUT YOU JUST HAVE TO ROLL WITH WHATEVER COMES YOUR WAY! TONIGHT I ATE SPAGHETTI WITH A SPOON!

 
Electric Reaper

I entered the garage to bring the cats back in for the night, and theres this baby vole that a kitten and a big dumb tomcat try to steal from each Last I saw the vermin, it was battered and in the paws of the kitten, but I didnt see it get

 
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Ive been playing Ni-Oh the past few weeks and I have to gush about Its the best Souls-like Ive ever Its like Ninja Gaiden the Also, you can spec as a ninja and its How did I skip this?

 
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Inspector Gadget

Non-flash Playstation store sales! Out of the games on sale right now, I suggest Steins;Gate 0 at 12$, Trackmania Turbo at 16$, Dangan Ronpa 1/2 at 28$ and Zero Escape at Links in the Edit: Bump, its on till tuesday

 
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