Baba Is You: First level perfection

First impressions are often considered everything and in video games this is no different. Showing off a game in a small snippet of a first level is pivotal to ensuring the player is hooked and knows what’s going on and what to expect. So, what does the perfect first level look like? A theme many games fall into is using the first level as a … Continue reading Baba Is You: First level perfection

Top 5 indies we want to see at the ID@Xbox Game Pass showcase

After the announcement of the upcoming livestream, we’ve been pondering the indie games we want to see come to Xbox Game Pass. From hits on other platforms to anticipated upcomers, these are the games we hope to see at the showcase. Baba Is You One of the most genuinely ground-breaking games we’ve seen in ages, Baba Is You allows the player to change the game … Continue reading Top 5 indies we want to see at the ID@Xbox Game Pass showcase

Is little-known Indie title Maximum Action the Perfect Gun-Fu Game?

In 1992 Chinese born Hong Kong film director John Woo released his magnum opus. He had directed Kung-Fu action film “The Young Dragons” starring legendary Asian actor Jackie Chan in the 70s and had replicated his success with comedy film “Money Crazy“ shortly thereafter, yet in the mid-80s he began to suffer repeated commercial failures with somewhat generic gangster films. As his passion for directing … Continue reading Is little-known Indie title Maximum Action the Perfect Gun-Fu Game?