Why Don’t We See More Indie MMORPGs?

As I’m sure at least a few of you have noticed, most MMORPGs aren’t exactly made by small, independently-run companies. Nearly every successful MMO currently on the market is developed, published, and maintained by large, successful studios. League of Legends seems like one of the only exceptions to this rule. Why?

The Ten Most Awesome Indie Games You’ll Ever Play | Indie Game Awards

With how stagnant mainstream gaming is becoming lately, there’s never been a better time to lend a bit of support to the indies. Here are a few recommendations to get you started!

Indie Game Of The Week: Magicka

This week, I’m revisiting an old favorite of mine – and one that I desperately hope you’ve heard of. Magicka tells the tale of one to four homicidal, sociopathic wizards, their not-vampire instructor, and an eldritch abomination that threatens to destroy the whole world.

Did I mention you can blow up pretty near anything you’ve a mind to?

Indie Game of The Week: Bloodlust: Vampire Shadowhunter

This week, we’ll be taking a look at Bloodlust: Vampire Shadowhunter. Developed by WRF Studios, Bloodlust is a classic action-RPG that puts you in the shoes of a vampire (or half-vampire) who’s somehow managed to find their way into a vast underground city. Although it’s still not officially released, what we’ve seen so far is very promising indeed.