When we learned about PawByte, we knew we had to track someone down for an interview. Luckily for us, they were already right here in our forums.
Nintendo Enthusiast: First, please introduce yourself, and
I caught up with the team behind Nefarious this week to talk about their villainous game and what we can expect from the final product. They are in the process of raising funds for
Today Graphite Lab gave me the pleasure to ask the team some questions regarding their latest Kickstarter campaign for Hive Jump. I would describe the game as a combination between Contra and Starship
Exclusive: Drinkbox Studios Discusses New Game Severed and Guacamelee - Indie Corner Interview
This week on Indie Corner Jason steps outside the set to pay a visit to Drinkbox Studios. During the visit, Jason got the
Nintendo of Canada recently hosted a media event at the offices of their Toronto PR associates, Cohn and Wolfe. Besides for getting to catch up with many of the friendly faces of the local
If you have been living under a rock, you may not know who Mike Matei is. Cinemassacre is the home of James \"The Angry Video Game Nerd\" Rolfe and his friend, Mike Matei.
\"Our marketing really depends on our target\"
Mario Kart-themed go-kart racing, Mario Kart 8 demoing, photo ops, and all round fun.
There are very few places that rival the passion and intensity of the Canadian Super Smash Bros. scene. Home to some of Smash\'s best, Canada has become a hot spot for both local
A new Kickstarter campaign was recently launched for an ambitious space-sim called Space Pioneer. After speaking with the developers, it was confirmed that the game would indeed be made for the
One of the games you may have noticed in the Racing section of our 120+ Upcoming Indie Wii U Games feature is Velocity Stream. Cavelight Entertainment has been in touch with us
An indepth interview with Empire Arcadia CEO and Nintendo enthusiast Isaiah Triforce Johnson
The Wii U version of Nihilumbra was originally revealed on an indie-centric Nintendo of Europe Direct back in August and since then, it\'s been among my most eagerly awaited games on the
Project CARS has been one of the most talked about upcoming Wii U titles. Originally slated for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, and PC, Slightly Mad Studios decided to skip
FuzzyWuzzyGames shares new info about Armillo as well as an inside look at the developmental side of the industry as it relates to Nintendo and the Wii U.