For years, console gamers (myself included) have been envious of the indie titles available only for PC. Thankfully publishers like Grip Games are partnering with other studios and bringing their games to the console platforms.
Video games based around skiing and snowboarding tend to focus on allowing players to speed down a mountain and launching off ramps while performing ridiculous tricks. But Poppermost Productions, a small developer based in Stockholm, is hoping to take virtual skiing and snowboarding to a more realistic approach with SNOW, the first open world, free-to-play […]
Founded in 2009, Moon Spider Studio, located in gorgeous Key Biscayne, Florida, is home to a collection of veterans and youngbloods focusing on high production values, top-notch visuals, and fun gameplay.
With the release of next-gen consoles and a steady release of top-notch titles, 2013 has been a great year to be a gamer. From multi-million dollar titles like Grand Theft Auto V and BioShock Infinite to small-budgeted indie titles like Gone Home and State of Decay, now is your chance to voice your opinion for […]
In a time where we’ve grown accustom to seeing countless titles get cancelled due to limited funding or the closure of publishers, the story behind the fruition of Ethan: Meteor Hunter and Seaven Studios is rather inspiring.
The 90’s were a fun time weren’t they? Sega and Nintendo were going at each other for your dollars and what we got as fans were great titles. Which leads me to my next point.. mascots. Mascots play a huge role in establishing a brand.
During the golden-age of gaming, male and female were segregated. Games like Mega Man and Double Dragon were aimed toward boys, while girls were stuck playing games based around Barbie. But as the industry evolved, so did its audience
One of the most memorable and recognizable video game theme songs comes from the 8-bit era. If you do not know it, chances are good that you have been living under a rock for the better part of the last three decades. If you haven’t guessed by now, that theme song I’am referring to is […]
Ever since their debut on the PSN indie scene with its volatile platformer Explodemon, the talented guys and gals at the London-based developer Curve Studios have made quite a name for themselves.
Digital downloads, ROMS and emulators have allowed us to accumulate and play a large assortment of video games we may have never had a chance experience during our childhood. While these digital versions may satisfy some gamers, others are waking up early on the weekends to rummage through flea markets and garage sales in hopes […]
As part of the TechConnect holding, developer InterWave Studios is proud to tout that they are “above all, we’re gamers.” Their first release, Nuclear Dawn, was a post-apocalyptic first-person shooter real-time strategy hybrid video game built off the Source engine.
The PC is a superior platform in many ways and if you haven’t experienced it you are truly missing out on the strongest and most progressive gaming platform ever.
When Microsoft joined the console wars back in 2001, they had a lot to prove to gamers, especially those who were a member of Team Nintendo or Sony. Although the Xbox touted some nice features like
Founded by veteran console developers in 2003, The Behemoth has quickly evolved into a powerhouse indie developer thanks to fun and humorous titles like Alien Hominid and Castle Crashers.
Human Computer Interactions Conference in Paris has an shocking invention for gamers.
2013 has been a rough year for fans of the Star Wars universe, making this year’s May 4th aka May the Fourth, a mixed bag of emotions.
Hi, my name is Ray and I am addicted to unlocking Xbox 360 achievement points. There, I’ve admitted it. Am I ashamed of it? Hell no!
We’ve all dreamt about it, quitting our dull day job to pursue a career in something we are passionate about. That is why our first entry into our Gamer Fame is a quite admirable story.
Almost twenty years ago, a developer called Wolf Team started what, in my opinion, is one of the most underrated series of all time.
Running over the next few weeks, Telltale is discounting The Walking Dead across multiple platforms including iOS, Xbox LIVE Marketplace and PSN.
Make sure you conserve some Microsoft Points for next week, as Ubisoft is following in the footsteps of Square Enix and slashing the prices on select titles and DLC.
Until the recent On Demand sale, The Xbox Marketplace has failed to offer an substantial discounts on titles or DLC.
Senior Manager, Digital Distribution Pierre Gravereau just posted on the PlayStation Blog a great promotion catered to making purchased on PSN.
PlayStation fans are accustomed with the work of Creat Studios. With an expansive library of PSN-exclusive downloadable titles, such as Mushroom Wars and Labyrinth Legends, the studio has developed a reputation for releasing fun, addicting titles.
You better go invest in a larger hard drive. In the next few days, titles available on Games on Demand are about to receive a deep discount.
Developer Frozenbyte is giving Wii U users a limited time 25% discount on Trine 2: Director’s Cut for Wii U.
It’s that time of the year where we show the people we love how much they really mean to us.
To celebrate the one year anniversary of Sweet Tooth and his demented buddies on the PS3, the entire Twisted Metal series is discounted on PSN starting today (February 12th) until next week.
The 2013 NBA All-Star game begins on February 15th, and 2K Sports is celebrating by throwing a week-long sale on NBA 2K13 content.
We spent a whole weekend digging through out collection of video games and gaming memorabilia in order to make room for the new titles being released in 2013.
It is always a sad day in the gaming community when a beloved publisher closes its doors.
Sony continues to start off the new year with some great offers
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Nintendo Entertainment System, Nintendo will make one game available on the Wii U eShop for $0.30
Sony is kicking off the new year with a big sale on some of the great PS3 games and movies of 2012.
Planning on picking up some of the upcoming big name releases of 2013?
When Ninja Theory’s take on the Devil May Cry series first debuted, it hit the internet like the least popular kid showing up at a party.
Aside from the free DLC for XCOM, publisher 2K Games has a huge selection of games and add-ons on sale this week.
After all the money you have spent on other people this holiday season, it’s time for you to treat yourself.
Double Fine proved that they were capable of making great Kinect games when they released Double Fine Happy Action Theater for the kinect earlier this year.
Project Freelancer casts a mighty long shadow. In nine seasons of Red vs. Blue, the top-secret military operation has affected the lives of the Blood Gulch crew in more ways than they even know.
Does the holiday season leave you feeling bloated like a Boomer from Left 4 Dead? Luckily, we partnered with the latest fitness website, theheadlock.com to show you how a little exergaming can help get you back in shape.
Clever Beans is an independent development studio based in the North West of England, headed by Martin Turton and Andrew Newton.
We had the pleasure to meet up with Gordon Midwood of Different Tuna. After making a few Flash games in the late 1980s, Gordon turned his hand to the iPhone, on which he made the non-multiple award winning rhythm game lilt line.
The iPhone 5 was not the only hi-tech gadget that racked up massive pre-orders, Nintendo’s new Wii U gaming console are already nearly sold out of pre-orders at online retailers across the United States.
This month’s Indie Spotlight developer is the “zero-budget video game development company” My Owl Software.
We at postitgamer.com will like to admit something to our readers..sigh..we’ve all participated in Controller Abuse at least one time while playing a video game.
Playing a video game based on sleeping dogs would be extremely boring but that is not what the newest M-rated, open-world video game from Square Enix is all about.
To kick off our new Indie Spotlight section on postitgamer.com we recently did an interview with Alejandro González, developer and webmaster at Milkstone Studios. Currently only creating games for Xbox LIVE Indie Games, Milkstone Studios is a joint collaboration between Alejandro (WaaghMan) and Miguel Herrero Obeso (Soy1Bonus).
“The other key thing is selling digital content on the day of launch… When we sold Mass Effect 3 back in March, we saw a 40% attach rate that first week to DLC at GameStop in the United States. Not only are you selling a $60 game… you’re selling $20 DLC, so the sale becomes […]