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PAX East: ‘Transistor’ interview

One of the biggest and best surprises of PAX East, SuperGiant Games’ Transistor, drew one of the largest crowds over the three-day conference. We got a chance to get our hands on this strategic, downloadable title, and creative director Greg Kasavin was also nice enough to talk at length about the game. [youtube id=”yulxvzgkQV0″ width=”620″ […]Read More

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PAX East: ‘Rack N Ruin’ interview

While exploring the PAX East Indie Megabooth during this year’s show, we happened to land upon a new isometric title dubbed Rack N Ruin. Its unique art style and devilish protagonist piqued our interest and thankfully, one of the leading developers was nice enough to talk to us about his Zelda-inspired creation. [youtube id=”yUJCf-_SPxM” width=”620″ […]Read More

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PAX East: How ‘Beatbuddy’ stole the show

If you don’t have a good pair of headphones, consider investing in some before June, and not just because Matthew Morrison (GLEE) is releasing his second solo album. No, the real reason your ears should be excited for this summer is a little game called Beatbuddy, developed by the fine German folks at Threaks. Beatbuddy […]Read More

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PAX East: ‘Sanctum 2’ making tower defense fun again

New ground isn’t broken solely by professionals with dozens of years of industry experience. Sometimes, it takes a spark of independent creativity to introduce a fresh ingredient into a genre, and that’s exactly what happened in 2011 when Coffee Stain Studios released Sanctum on PC. A student project that melded first-person shooting and tower defense, […]Read More