As you may be aware, we have published our first game: The Last Stand. Now that we are bonafide indie game developers, we can talk about some of the issues with indie gaming.
I’m quite willing to accept that indie games will not have traditional graphics, or even physics engines. Sometimes they will, but it’s not part of my expectation. That said, I do expect an interesting game. If I want a predictable type of game, I will buy it from the big studios who have the time and money to make it polished. With indie games, I’m looking for something unique.
Last Updated: August 15, 2013
August 15, 2013 at 15:34
I’m no fan of indie games, whereas the missus loves them.
I keep eagle eyes on all the AAA titles prior to release, I goto this dodge website “Lezigemer” and pick up future title releases, then I check the Youtube gameplay and read the reviews. By then I’m usually frothing at the edges to get the good games on pre-order.
That being said, some titles have left sour tastes in my mouth previously, so I’ll actively avoid any sequels of those titles.
August 15, 2013 at 15:36
Bastion ‘not the prettiest?’ What heresy is this?