By Adam Smith on June 15th, 2012 at 10:00 am.
Rezzed already has a lineup of playable treats from major publishers but the show wouldn’t have that particular RPS flavour without a generous helping of indie titles. That’s where the Leftfield Collection comes in. The first games confirmed are devious 2D heist simulator Gunpoint, which contains defenestration and projectile trousers, then there’s devious platform puzzler Gateways, which John adored, and the gorgeous duo Trash TV and QRTH-PHYL, which I’ve admired myself. Add explodey adventure McPixel and multiplayer BaraBariBall and there’s something for everyone, and yet still more to come.
Tickets are £12 for one day, £20 for both. Brighton Centre, Brighton on the 6th and 7th of July. Join us. There’s a trailer for BaraBariBall below since we haven’t featured it before and it looks superb, like Super Smash Bros from a superior reality.
This is what Euro 2012 plays out like, right?