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 – 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 – Hollow Knight

Its time for Episode 12 of Indie Impressions, and today I am a bug! A tiny little bug knight, doing tiny little bug knight things in a horrible world destroyed by some cataclysm that I do not understand. The world…

TN’s Indie Impressions – Vertical Drop Heroes HD

Sometimes you run across a game, and while playing it the only thing you can think is “I could be playing X, which is just a better version of this”. Thats what ran thru my head as I played Vertical…

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…

Legacy of Kain Soul Reaver: A Guest Review by Walking Virus Gaming

This is a guest post and review written by a friend of mine who goes by the name Walking Virus.  He runs the Youtube channel Walking Virus Gaming where he streams 3-4 times a week, with a mix of Retro…

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