Entries in 'indies' (19)
PlayStation Vita owners can expect more indie titles but fewer triple-A first-party games in the future.
The next game from Limbo developers Playdead is leading Microsoft’s 2015 line-up.
It’s called Inside and is a stylish side-scrolling puzzle platformer, that looks to take place amidst some sort ...
Games such as The Swapper, MouseCraft and Titan Attacks won’t be released on Xbox One.
Despite Facebook’s entry into the virtual reality market doesn’t mean the sector won’t be led by indie developers.
PlayStation’s self-publishing initiative has signed on more than 1,000 indie developers, Sony has announced.
Thomas Was Alone and Volume developer Mike Bithell has said that getting his games released on consoles has made a big difference to his success.
The rise in popularity of indie games has threatened the very viability of triple-A development – but don’t expect it to last.
The Nintendo website has been updated with a new section looking to emphasize the company’s indie credentials.
Top independent chains have told MCV that PS4 is already ‘winning the war’ against Xbox One.
PlayStation has aggressively courted and attracted huge independent developer support in recent months, and even dedicated an entire Gamescom press conference to showcasing indie-made games.
It’s not just the big chains planning events around GTA V, with indie retailers telling MCV they are running midnight openings of their own.
Nintendo is working hard on building an infrastructure to support independent developers on its 3DS and Wii U platforms, says Reggie Fils-Aime.
Independent developers continue to flourish on PlayStation platforms, with the platform holder bagging a bunch of exclusive debuts.
Microsoft has announced its new indie games developer programme in a bid to win over small studios.
The CEO of indie developer InXile has claimed that Microsoft has completely reversed its approach to indies on Xbox One in the space of just 90 days.
The biggest names in the games industry say that indie developers will define the future of their businesses.
Quick – there might be a new indie villain in town!
Microsoft may be in the midst of revising its policies against self-publishing XBLA games on Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Microsoft’s statement about pre-owned licences on Xbox One last night has sent a shiver up the back of indie retailers.