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You may be familiar with the SteamWorld series from 2013’s popular Steamworld Dig. At PAX East 2016, the newest installment to the series, SteamWorld Heist, was unveiled in full force:

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Word broke last week that SuperGiant has a new game up their sleeve, Pyre, and that the game would be a playable demo at PAX East 2016:

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It was no secret that there was an apparent absence of many large triple-A titles at PAX East 2015. However, this shifted the spotlight on the medium and smaller sized games, allowing them to flourish. On the showroom floor, very quickly the crowd became overrun by bright blue shirts, baring the name “Gigantic”. We talked to dozens of people on the floor, all of which giving this game their ‘favorite game at PAX’ title. Here’s why:

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At PAX East, G&C had the opportunity to sit down with the team behind RIVE, a fast-action, quick thinking, robot shooter:

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Combining the lore of an ancient civilization with turn-based robotic face-offs comes Mayan Death Robots:

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The original Binding of Isaac premiered on September 28, 2011 and quickly swept the indie scene off its feet. With so many power-up and item possibilities, each play through is unique and addicting. It’s been a few years, but on November 4th, The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth was released on Steam, PS4, and PS Vita and truly knocked our socks off:

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This year’s Boston Festival of Indie Games featured a stellar lineup of developers showcasing their hard work and dedication to making a game they can call their own. We got to sit down with Team Future, the group behind the very intriguing Black Hat Oculus, which is taking two-player cooperative gaming to a new level:

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