How Did You Spend Your Gaming Time in 2017?

How Did You Spend Your Gaming Time in 2017?

  With 2017 nearly in the books, it’s a good time to look back and appreciate everything that’s happened this year. This year in gaming, we got some entries in the list of all-time greats. Nintendo released an innovative new console, then later in the year actually released some games...

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PAX West Impressions of Necrobarista by Route 59

PAX West Impressions of Necrobarista by Route 59

Last month at Pax West in Seattle I had the pleasure of sitting down with Route 59’s Justin Kuiper, writer behind their upcoming PC and Switch title Necrobarista. The game is a visual novel set in a “supernatural cafe where the living come to mingle with the dead.” The team...

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Is a 99 Cent Game Worth Your Time?

Is a 99 Cent Game Worth Your Time?

Nine months ago, there were over 6,000 games on Steam. Crowdfunding, indie development, and Steam Greenlight have led the charge for every one-man game studio to find their way to the computer of every Steam user. Many of these smaller titles are in the lower price range (excluding the free-to-play...

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90’s arcade race game swerves towards Xbox One

90’s arcade race game swerves towards Xbox One

Few years ago, a 90’s style racing game was announced for PC and Nintendo consoles. But as of now, the developer said that the game was going to be released for Xbox One Fall 2016 (Or Spring depending where you live). It’s named 90’s Super GP, and goes in approach...

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Kickstarter Watch 4/21/16

Kickstarter Watch 4/21/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Ghost Theory Developed by: Dreadlocks Ghost hunting has become its own niche interest, and Ghost Theory falls...

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Kickstarter Watch 4/13/16

Kickstarter Watch 4/13/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Arcadian Atlas Developed by: Twin Otter Studios Arcadian Atlas is a 2D isometric tactical RPG that takes...

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Kickstarter Watch 3/30/16

Kickstarter Watch 3/30/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Mable & The Wood Developed by: Andrew Stewart Mable & The Wood is a 2D action/exploration game...

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Kickstarter Watch 3/23/16

Kickstarter Watch 3/23/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Tidepool, a codeable world for kids Developed by: Immuexa Tidepool is a 3D multiplayer game world, where...

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Kickstarter Watch 3/16/16

Kickstarter Watch 3/16/16

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: Pinstripe             Developed by: Thomas Brush There will probably come a day where I get sick of artful...

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Kickstarter Watch 3/9/2016

Kickstarter Watch 3/9/2016

Each week, Rectify Gaming looks through the indie games in development on Kickstarter and brings you the best looking, most promising, and most interesting of the bunch. Here’s what we like this week: A Place for the Unwilling Developed by: MadInSpain Games Adventure games typically promise a lot of square...

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