HITC’s handpicked highlights from the past week’s indie games news.
A moody, jazz-filled mid-20th century San Francisco is the stage for this grimy slice of human desperation.
Dimensions are a matter of perspective.
When you go to meet a hot young tech mogul in his hot young tech office, there are certain things you expect to see: a raw industrial space filled with dressed-down young people, many of whom have beards.
But there’s ‘no news yet’ for localised Kinect voice commands in new regions.
Recognized among many gamers as one of the scariest horror survival games, Outlast is a game you definitely want to pick up if you love the horror genre.
Deep Down is a free to play hack and slash RPG/Dungeon crawler style game, exclusive to the PlayStation 4.
Some launch day words from the game’s director, and witness the siege on the Imperial City of Cyrodil.
In 1991, Sega had a plan to contest Nintendo's console market dominance with a franchise of its own. It would be cooler, faster and full of attitude.
Set 1000 years before the events of Skyrim, and based around the attempts of three gigantic factions to control Tamriel, Elder Scrolls Online is Bethesda's attempt to bring its hugely successful role-playing series into the massively multiplayer space.