The indie revolution is over, and PlayStation is embracing the new world it has created.
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The story of Chips summarises the pressures that has faced games retailers over the last three years.
The Nintendo website has been updated with a new section looking to emphasize the company’s indie credentials.
Three indie games have signed digital publishing deals with Namco Bandai Europe.
Been looking forward to a Crackdown 3 announcement today? Stand down people, stand down.
Microsoft says it’s urgently looking to help independent retailers who have been left in the dark over their Xbox One stock allocation.
The director of the ID@Xbox initiative has outlined the extensive number of partnerships Microsoft has forged with indie devs for the Xbox One.
Top independent chains have told MCV that PS4 is already ‘winning the war’ against Xbox One.
Recent digital release How To Survive is not a rip-off of indie title Roam, publisher 505 Games has stated.
Grand Theft Auto V is not just for teenage boys. And we have proof that makes that an ACTUAL FACT.
If the numbers coming from Nintendo are to be believed, indie development interest in Wii U is at astronomic levels.
PlayStation has landed itself another tasty-looking indie exclusive in the form of Visiontrick media’s Pavilion.
Mike Bithell, the creator of indie hit Thomas Was Alone, has unveiled his second solo game.
The biggest names in the games industry say that indie developers will define the future of their businesses.
Minecraft creator Markus 'Notch' Persson has endorsed Microsoft's recently announced plan to make every Xbox One work as a dev kit.
One notable indie dev has urged caution to those welcoming Microsoft’s decision to allow self-publishing on Xbox One.
Quick – there might be a new indie villain in town!
A two-person family development team has seen the launch of its highly anticipated PC title ruined by repeated cyber attacks.
Sometimes games aren’t about multi-million pound budgets and transmedia marketing – sometimes they’re about changing people’s live for the better.
Microsoft’s insistence on indie devs requiring a publishing partner has angered indie dev Lorne Lanning.
Perhaps spotting a chink in the enemy’s armour, Nintendo appears to have rejuvenated its efforts to win favour amongst indie developers.
Microsoft’s statement about pre-owned licences on Xbox One last night has sent a shiver up the back of indie retailers.