Ryan Wilson

What Was Once an Affectionate RPG Parody Film is Now a Video Game…With Your Help

Side Quest is going to prove that you don’t need thousands upon thousands of dollars to kickstart an indie game.

 Jill Seale

Indie Spotlight: My Country, My Name

Indie Spotlight: My Country, My Name

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=umJeNVPCB58&p=EC316F22436267C5 Not a lot is known about My Country, My Name. From screenshots and trailers, it looks like a prettier version of Gang Garrison 2, meaning that it’s a 2D class based, competitive multiplayer action game. Being developed by Brazilian team, Vortex, it was initially planned for release as an Xbox Live Indie Game, but […]

 Ryan Wilson

ICfO #1: New Beginnings

ICfO #1: New Beginnings

From the ashes of Small Medium at Large breathes a new juggernaut of obscurity with It Came from Obscurity

 Ryan Wilson

Indie Games Winter Uprising to Save XBLIG from Mediocrity

Indie Games Winter Uprising to Save XBLIG from Mediocrity

As WatchPlayRead’s resident game developer, I’ve contemplated developing in the XNA runtime environment, Microsoft’s proprietary platform for Xbox 360 and PC development, only to turn away when I saw the top selling titles were populated by clones, avatar gimmicks, and fart titles. While a few good titles such as Carneyvale Showtime, Miner Dig Deep, and […]