The (Near) Infinite Indie Information Inquiry Index
Assignment: an (assuredly assonance-heavy) assembly that assiduously assimilates all my Indie game assessments, to the assumptive assistance of my Giant Bomb associates.
Yes, I realize that sounds like a lot of ass, but I simply figure that after playing so many of these smaller independent games over the past few years - due to blog features and my own worrisome frugality - I might be able to help folks with purchasing decisions the same way I (sorta?) did with the previous PC game and JRPG lists, should a big Steam sale or bundle happen by. I reckon after you pass a hundred games, you're probably an expert. Or is the rule that you have spend 10,000 hours doing something? I bet I'm close enough to that by now too.
For the time being I'm avoiding freeware and browser stuff, or else this thing really will be infinitely big. Also, since I'm not allowed to order any list with over a hundred items on it, you're on your own trying to find a specific game. Chances are, it won't be on there yet: Gabe only knows I've still got plenty left to see (and recommendations are always welcome).
Eh, I'll throw in some five word summaries and a rudimentary rating system too. I'm full of surprises today:
- 3 = Get it. S'great.
- 2 = Fine if you're into the genre. Maybe worth a shot if you aren't.
- 1 = Pfeh. (NB: Most linguistic studies agree that "pfeh" is not an encouraging noise.)