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03-01-2014, 06:29 PM #1
Indiestatik's Preview for 2014
Yes, RPS is not the website in the world doing big previews for 2014 but this one is a bit different because it's all indie. I was mostly impressed by the variety of genres and settings. There's still platformers, 2D adventure games and roguelike(like(like))s but it seems indie games are branching out even more than last year which can only be a good thing.
I would be surprised if only half of the listed games will see a release this year. I mean, among them are quasi mythical titles like Overgrowth, Owlboy or Iconoclasts.
There's also games I never knew about but which I am eagerly looking forward to now such the eccentric looking One Way Trip or Max Gentlemen which is loosely based on a spam email.
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03-01-2014, 06:39 PM #2
A good list. Some very interesting stuff in there - a ton, to be honest. It's a little frightening, in a sense, given that I don't read that many websites and RPS seems to give an awful lot of space to the Live Free, Play Hard style indies which I have absolutely no interest in - I start to think "How many of these will I miss out on?". Perhaps I'll try bookmarking Indiestatik for a bit.
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03-01-2014, 10:22 PM #4
This reminds me of 100-in-1 CD's I used to buy in mid 90's.