TN’s Indie Impressions – Fell Seal: Arbiters Mark

Time to look at another Switch port, this time of the Strategy RPG Fell Seal Arbiters Mark. Heralded as a worthy successor to the Final Fantasy Tactics pedigree, does this game really hold a candle to that classic PS1 SRPG?…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Valdis Story: Abyssal City

Ever wanted to be a JRPG hero in a world of Angels, Demons, and Underwater Secrets? How bout a dude wielding a big fuck you sword? No I am not referring to Final Fantasy Seven but rather the clearly Symphony…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Sparklite

Full disclosure, I got a key for this from Evolved PR. Additionally, I had been waiting for Sparklite to come out since I saw early GIFs on it on /r/indiegaming. Sparklite is an Action RPG Roguelike created by Red Blue…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Timespinner

Lets go back in time. Back to an era of fantastic pixel artwork, rocking soundtracks, and action platforming goodness. No I am not talking about Castlevania Symphony of the Night, but rather a clear homage to such a great game,…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Little Big Workshop

Ever wanted to run a factory manned by tiny gnomes who build cute little things you order them? Then boy howdy do I have the game for you! Developed by Mirage Games, published by THQ Nordic and Handy Games, I…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Devious Dungeons

Sometimes you just wanna hit things with progressively bigger and stronger sticks, and Devious Dungeon allows you to be a large angry barbarian type man who hits things with progressively stronger sticks. There is a lot of gore, violence, and…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Neo Cab

Ever wanted to be a futuristic UBER driver in a cyberpunk dystopia? Cause if you have that very specific urge this game is the one for you. I present Neo Cab, the story of Lina in the cyberpunk city of…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Moonlighter

A cute little game where you run a shop while also delving into horrible dungeons full of horrible monsters in search of loot to sell at said shop. No I am not talking about Recettear, but rather the indie game…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Dead Cells

I don’t like hardcore platformers or Dark Souls games in general.  Yet I am totally in love with Dead Cells and today, on my 8th episode of Indie Impressions, I talk about this game and how it works.  But the…

Death’s Gambit: A Review (Guest Review by Virus the Mad Bard)

This review was written by my friend Virus, you can find him on twitter by clicking here.  Enjoy the review and remember to Stay Nerdy! Death’s Gambit is a game that’s been on my radar for quite some time. As…

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