I love indie games. Since being introduced by a friend some years ago, they’re the type of releases I pick up most frequently nowadays. They tend to give me more … Continue Reading Indie darlings: just not getting it
Late last year I published a post about the volume of sequels, spin-offs and remakes released since 2008. After classifying over 1,500 titles and analysing the data, I discovered that … Continue Reading Triple-A: down or up?
A Polygon article by Ben Kuchera back in January reported that, according to SteamSpy, 7,672 video games had been released on Steam in 2017. This worked out to be an … Continue Reading All Steam-ed up
It’s time for the final part of my beginner’s guide to indie and, if you didn’t find something that tickles your fancy in part one or two last week, then … Continue Reading Beginner’s guide to indie: part three
So your favourite genre of video games didn’t make it into the first part of my beginner’s guide to indie games on Wednesday? Well fear not, for I return with … Continue Reading Beginner’s guide to indie: part two
If you’re a regular Later Levels visitor, it’s pretty obvious I’m a fan of indie games. Starting up a large RPG can be an incredibly daunting experience when you’re short … Continue Reading Beginner’s guide to indie: part one
During my monthly editorial posts, I’ve often mentioned how it’s been difficult to find time for gaming so far this year. My other-half and I have been undertaking some massive … Continue Reading Open-world fatigue: indies to the rescue