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Sony’s State of Play Focuses on Indies and Third Parties

Sony’s State of Play is essentially PlayStation’s answer to Nintendo Direct, and this time, Sony has treated us to an Indie-focused showcase Luckily for us, this State of Play focuses more on third-party and Indie titles, and while there were only a few indies, they were pretty in-depth. It mainly focused on the third parties …

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Nintendo Direct Roundup: Dave The Diver, Eastward, More

The headline here is that Hollow Knight Silksong is a no-show at another Nintendo Direct. However, there are some awesome indie announcements to report! Most titles at this Direct weren’t Indie, but the few indies we did get were quite the heavy hitters. Nintendo usually shows off way more indies in their dedicated Indie World …

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Cruel Platformer OnlyUp Taken Off Steam to Give Developer Respite

Players scared to try out painfully popular OnlyUp no longer have to worry, as it’s been removed from Steam for good. To specify, OnlyUp is a ruthless platformer, much like Getting Over It, where players climb a mountain of reused assets while avoiding falling and losing all their progress. Through its success on streaming platforms …

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Retro Adventure Game Underground Blossom Announced for Month’s End

      Fans of Rusty Lake style Adventure games can look forward to Underground Blossom, a bizarre point-and-click subway-themed adventure coming at the month’s end.   Following the adventures of stoic Laura Vanderbloom, Eurogamer details Underground Blossom’s trek through a grim subway with strange musicians, miserable passengers, and off-kilter personnel to guide our journey …

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