“The Bridge” review

  An interesting platformer that uses M.C. Escher-style stages, “The Bridge” will push the bounds of your creative thinking skills. This indie game has been on Steam for a while, but has recently been made available on Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo’s respective console’s digital stores. That may explain a lot when looking at the game in terms […]

“Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number” review

Synth-80s-house music was not my thing for a long time, but it became my thing while killing droves of faceless foes in a neon haze while it pumped in the background. “Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number” is exactly what you’d expect it to be: Brutal violence layered within a top-down shooter that is fast-paced and punishing. […]

“Darkest Dungeon” review

Eldritch horrors, secrets hidden in the ruins of a fallen estate and the promise of victory all wait for the player who tries to brave the “Darkest Dungeon.” An indie title from Red Hook Studios and funded through Kickstarter, “Darkest Dungeon” is a rogue-like turn-based combat game. As you crawl through the ruins of the […]

Exclusive interview with indie developer Justin Declues

Justin Declues and his team of independent developers at Zero Particle have recently released their first two games on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store, and he agreed to an exclusive interview with the Game Creators Vault discussing his history in the video-game industry and career as a game developer. Parker: Tell me about […]

This week in gaming

Bungie’s “Destiny” on the horizon Game Informer has a substantial piece on Bungie’s upcoming game “Destiny” this month. Their January issue will feature the game on it’s cover and will have a 14-page story giving more details on the highly-anticipated game.  In the article, the game’s story, characters, races and multiplayer aspects are discussed in […]