Battle Chef: Brigade was a Kickstarter-funded indie game that hit Steam and the Nintendo Switch last November. It’s a unique mash-up of match-3, action-platforming and cooking gameplay, and based on the criminally low amount of reviews and community submissions on Steam, it’s probably one of the best games you’ve never played. Allow me to Read more about Battle Chef: Brigade – The Best You’ve Never Played[…]
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Patreon ► https://www.patreon.com/lousreviews Twitter ► https://twitter.com/lousreviewblog Sponsor ► https://thattechshop.com/ (LOUSREVIEWS20 = 20% OFF) Welcome back to the Gaming Philosopher! As always, corrections are very welcome in the comments below! Please tell us if you think we missed the mark on anything. This week, we take a look at one of the most popular game series Read more about The Sims: Baudrillard and Simulacra | The Gaming Philosopher[…]
Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves launched back in 2013 and since then it has been woefully unsung in the indie mind space. This is a shame because Sang-Froid is undoubtedly one of the best games you’ve never played.
Temple of Xiala is a straight-ahead indie puzzler that hit Steam Early Access in February. This game is all about efficiency – both in its design as well as what it asks of the player.
Voxel Baller is a new indie brick-breaker that hit Steam last week. It offers a fresh take on a classic genre, but can it shake things up enough to be worth your time? I think so. Let me show you why.
Welcome to The Gaming Philosopher. This is the first episode of a brand new series in which we explore how philosophical ideas are communicated through video games. Today, we’re riding an easterly wind as we explore how ancient Chinese Philosophy flows strong through this new side-scrolling brawler, The Way of the Passive Fist.. Passive Fist? Read more about The Way of the Passive Fist – The Art of War & Chinese Philosophy[…]
Into the Breach is a turn-based strategy game with roguelike elements, and it’s the sophomore effort from indie developer Subset Games – the creators of FTL: Faster Than Light. Everyone and their mothers are talking about and reviewing this game right now as it’s been a top seller on Steam since it launched on February Read more about 5 Reasons Why Into the Breach is Brilliant – Indie Curator[…]
Slasher’s Keep is a first-person roguelike with melee combat as it’s main draw, and it’s the first commercial effort from solo indie developer Damian Schloter. It hit Steam Early Access in February. Allow me to show you why it’s worth your time, in this episode of Indie Curator.
When I was a kid, I was obsessed with wrestling. I’ve even attended a few WWE events in my lifetime. My days were spent talking to my friends about the latest storylines in the schoolyard, while I would spend my evenings playing Wrestlemania XIX or Day of Reckoning on the Gamecube, provided there weren’t Read more about Super Mega Baseball – The Best You’ve Never Played[…]