Is the indie game scene heading the industry for another landfill?

One of the most infamous of actually-true urban legends about video games, is the great burying of E.T. cartridges for the Atari 2600/VCS en masse. Of late, they are being dug up. The question has been asked (on an indie game developer Facebook group in which I am a part): [does] anyone think that the slew… Read More Is the indie game scene heading the industry for another landfill?

REVIEW: Dys4ia

Anna Anthropy’s Dys4ia isn’t, strictly speaking, a game. There are numerous ways it could be described, however: a game-but-not-a-game, interactive storytelling, a short film, a playable journal, even ‘something important’. And neither of these descriptions is more or less valid than the others, reflecting the fact this this ‘un-game’ is neither more nor less valid… Read More REVIEW: Dys4ia