Some of the best gaming experiences aren't released by huge AAA companies who pump massive amounts of funds into marketing, licensing or the flashiest graphics technology can allow. Sometimes, small indie teams produce the most engaging gameplay, the most captivating stories. Here are the best indie titles you can play today.
Multiplayer games don't always have to be competitive. Sometimes taking on challenges alongside a friend or more can provide as much, or even more, fun and entertainment as a competitive multiplayer game. While co-op titles rarely match the overall popularity of their competitive counterparts, the category still counts a number of masterpieces in its ranks.
Puyo Puyo Tetris was released last April for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, although today SEGA has finally confirmed that the competitive party mash-up game will be coming to the PC on 27th February.
The new Portal is a spin-off from the Bridge Constructor series of puzzle games, but it does feature GLaDOS.
The search for Portal-connected Borealis, revenge for Eli Vance, the Combine as a Dyson Sphere, and the setup for Half-Life 3 are in the Half Life 2 Episode Three synopsis.
Runic Games are mostly known for developing the Action RPG series Torchlight, but since 2012 it's been taking a different direction with Hob, an action adventure game that's in development for the PC and PlayStation 4.
We've already had one major stint creeping through an eerie house surrounded in gruesome mystery this year, but Chance6 Studios wants us to venture around their own in COLINA: Legacy. There's hopeful plans for a franchise, too.
The Franz Kafka Videogame is a puzzle adventure that's inspired by the writings of Franz Kafka, who is know for books such as The Metamorphosis, The Trial and The Castle. Denis Galanin is the sole developer while Daedalic Entertainment are helping with the publishing.
With movies like La La Land and Beauty and the Beast aiming to slot a catchy number into your mind to replay over and over during the working day, Figment would the video game equivalent made evident through its debut trailer.
Gabe L. Newell closed the doors on his open Questions and Answers 'AMA' session on Reddit yesterday around an hour after it began. Not through spite or for dodging too many Half-Life 3 questions, but simple because you need to have some cut-off to stop yourself from feeling the need to answer thousands of questions from people would like nothing more than to be your friend.