• Tony Crashes The Prologue Booth!

    Tony Crashes The Prologue Booth!

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    “I swing by PAX South in San Antonio and “surprise” interview several indie game developers. Here is the first one I would like to show you with Prologue Games.”

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  • Party Hard {Review}

    Party Hard {Review}

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    Party Hard doesn’t try to reinvent the stealth genre in any way. It knows its limitations and works efficiently as a quick burst game.”

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  • Until Dawn {Review}

    Until Dawn {Review}

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    “There is so much potential with games like these. Quantic Dream has been doing it for years but Cage’s games have this layer of surrealism to it, his concepts are a bit too out there for true mass market consumption.”

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  • The Westport Independent {Review}

    The Westport Independent {Review}

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    “The Westport Independent is a valiant effort, but there’s simply no escaping the fact that the execution just isn’t there.”

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Grip {Early Access Review}

Grip {Early Access Review}
"If Caged Element makes good on its promise, we'll not only get a worthy spiritual successor to the Rollcage series, but a fantastic combat racing game in its own right."[Read Article]

Sorcery! (Parts 1 & 2) {Review}

Sorcery! (Parts 1 & 2) {Review}
“Sorcery! is well-written, the choices engage the player at every turn, but the game is dragged down by several simplistic, and ultimately unnecessary, elements.”[Read Article]

Knee Deep: 20% Off Lunar New Year Sale

Knee Deep: 20% Off Lunar New Year Sale on Steam
"It’s no mystery which game you should grab during the surprise Lunar New Year sale on Steam!"[Read Article]

Tony Crashes Prologue Games Booth {Video}

Tony Crashes Prologue Games Booth {Video}
"I swing by PAX South in Sans Antonio and interview several indie games developers. Here is the first one I would like to show you with Prologue Games."[Read Article]

The Division Beta Impressions

The Division Beta Impressions
An enjoyable online loot game that takes Gears of War like cover mechanics and throws it into a Ubisoft like open world game. But the question of whether it will have enough good content stands.[Read Article]

Party Hard {Review}

Party Hard {Review}
“Party Hard doesn't try to reinvent the stealth genre in any way. It knows its limitations and works efficiently as a quick burst game.”[Read Article]

The Westport Independent {Review}

The Westport Independent {Review}
"The Westport Independent is a valiant effort, but there’s simply no escaping the fact that the execution just isn’t there."[Read Article]

Tony Streams Knee Deep Act 1 (Archive)

Tony Streams Knee Deep Act 1 (Archive)
"I streamed the first few hours of @dougpiranha's swamp noir story-driven indie game Knee Deep this past Saturday. Here is the archive of that stream. It was a fun 2 1/2 hour stream."[Read Article]

Until Dawn {Review}

Until Dawn {Review}
"There is so much potential with games like these. Quantic Dream has been doing it for years but Cage’s games have this layer of surrealism to it, his concepts are a bit too out there for true mass market consumption."[Read Article]

Can anything save the Wii U?

Can anything save the Wii U?
"There was always confusion about the Wii U; many people still think of it as a tablet extension to the Wii as opposed to an entirely new console."[Read Article]

New trailer teases Knee Deep finale

New trailer teases Knee Deep finale
"Before you reclaim your seat for Knee Deep’s third and final act, Boomtown, we’ve put together a new trailer that showcases highlights from the first two episodes in our swamp noir murder mystery."[Read Article]

Undertale {Review}

Undertale {Review}
"Undertale is everything indie games should be, no major studio would try something so out of the box and unique."[Read Article]

Splatoon {Review}

Splatoon {Review}
"I have a feeling Nintendo found their next big franchise. It has all the Nintendo fun and depth you’d expect from their games and fits the new era of gaming and culture perfectly."[Read Article]

Bringing down the house: Knee Deep's final act

Bringing down the house: Knee Deep's final act coming in March
"It’s almost time for the final curtain call of Knee Deep. The third act of this theatrical swamp noir adventure takes the stage on Steam for PC/Mac/Linux on March 8."[Read Article]

Her Story {Review}

Her Story {Review}
"The premise is so unique and the fake desktop is a really cool way to tell a story. I love that we are getting experiences like this, interactive stories have loads of potential."[Read Article]

Age of Steel: Recharge {Review}

Age of Steel: Recharge {Review}
"In a lot of aspects, the game feels like a promising Early Access release, not a full, finished release. The core is good, but it needs balancing, tweaking and more content to live up to its potential."[Read Article]

Destiny: The Taken King {Review}

Destiny: The Taken King {Review}
"The Taken King is a step in the right direction for Destiny but it is still held back by too much busy work and random walls to keep players playing for long periods of time."[Read Article]

NX's prospects

NX's prospects
"If what Nintendo does with NX is genuinely interesting and well-received, they may find the mid-cycle market far, far more receptive than the aggressively competitive market they encountered by launching Wii U up against its present rivals."[Read Article]
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Grip {Early Access Review}

Grip {Early Access Review}
"If Caged Element makes good on its promise, we'll not only get a worthy spiritual successor to the Rollcage series, but a fantastic combat racing game in its own right."[Read Article]

Sorcery! (Parts 1 & 2) {Review}

Sorcery! (Parts 1 & 2) {Review}
“Sorcery! is well-written, the choices engage the player at every turn, but the game is dragged down by several simplistic, and ultimately unnecessary, elements.”[Read Article]

Knee Deep: 20% Off Lunar New Year Sale

Knee Deep: 20% Off Lunar New Year Sale on Steam
"It’s no mystery which game you should grab during the surprise Lunar New Year sale on Steam!"[Read Article]

Tony Crashes Prologue Games Booth {Video}

Tony Crashes Prologue Games Booth {Video}
"I swing by PAX South in Sans Antonio and interview several indie games developers. Here is the first one I would like to show you with Prologue Games."[Read Article]

The Division Beta Impressions

The Division Beta Impressions
An enjoyable online loot game that takes Gears of War like cover mechanics and throws it into a Ubisoft like open world game. But the question of whether it will have enough good content stands.[Read Article]

Party Hard {Review}

Party Hard {Review}
“Party Hard doesn't try to reinvent the stealth genre in any way. It knows its limitations and works efficiently as a quick burst game.”[Read Article]

The Westport Independent {Review}

The Westport Independent {Review}
"The Westport Independent is a valiant effort, but there’s simply no escaping the fact that the execution just isn’t there."[Read Article]

Tony Streams Knee Deep Act 1 (Archive)

Tony Streams Knee Deep Act 1 (Archive)
"I streamed the first few hours of @dougpiranha's swamp noir story-driven indie game Knee Deep this past Saturday. Here is the archive of that stream. It was a fun 2 1/2 hour stream."[Read Article]

Until Dawn {Review}

Until Dawn {Review}
"There is so much potential with games like these. Quantic Dream has been doing it for years but Cage’s games have this layer of surrealism to it, his concepts are a bit too out there for true mass market consumption."[Read Article]

Can anything save the Wii U?

Can anything save the Wii U?
"There was always confusion about the Wii U; many people still think of it as a tablet extension to the Wii as opposed to an entirely new console."[Read Article]

New trailer teases Knee Deep finale

New trailer teases Knee Deep finale
"Before you reclaim your seat for Knee Deep’s third and final act, Boomtown, we’ve put together a new trailer that showcases highlights from the first two episodes in our swamp noir murder mystery."[Read Article]

Undertale {Review}

Undertale {Review}
"Undertale is everything indie games should be, no major studio would try something so out of the box and unique."[Read Article]

Splatoon {Review}

Splatoon {Review}
"I have a feeling Nintendo found their next big franchise. It has all the Nintendo fun and depth you’d expect from their games and fits the new era of gaming and culture perfectly."[Read Article]

Bringing down the house: Knee Deep's final act

Bringing down the house: Knee Deep's final act coming in March
"It’s almost time for the final curtain call of Knee Deep. The third act of this theatrical swamp noir adventure takes the stage on Steam for PC/Mac/Linux on March 8."[Read Article]

Her Story {Review}

Her Story {Review}
"The premise is so unique and the fake desktop is a really cool way to tell a story. I love that we are getting experiences like this, interactive stories have loads of potential."[Read Article]

Age of Steel: Recharge {Review}

Age of Steel: Recharge {Review}
"In a lot of aspects, the game feels like a promising Early Access release, not a full, finished release. The core is good, but it needs balancing, tweaking and more content to live up to its potential."[Read Article]

Destiny: The Taken King {Review}

Destiny: The Taken King {Review}
"The Taken King is a step in the right direction for Destiny but it is still held back by too much busy work and random walls to keep players playing for long periods of time."[Read Article]

NX's prospects

NX's prospects
"If what Nintendo does with NX is genuinely interesting and well-received, they may find the mid-cycle market far, far more receptive than the aggressively competitive market they encountered by launching Wii U up against its present rivals."[Read Article]

Skyhill {Review}

Skyhill {Review}
"Skyhill is an enjoyable romp while it lasts but there is simply no denying the fact that the design and gameplay systems are too basic."[Read Article]

New Game Releases October 2015

New Game Releases October 2015
"This is not a comprehensive list of all releases in October (there are too many!)."[Read Article]
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