July 20, 2015 14 Years Later: How Much Praise Does Final Fantasy X Deserve? With a divided fanbase and 14 years behind its back, Matthew takes a look at the remastered edition of Final Fantasy X to determine how well it’s aged. Read More July 8, 2015 Team17 Brings Much-Needed Life Into The Escapists With The Walking Dead The Escapists suffered from monotony and lacked a clear, interesting storyline. The newly announced The Walking Dead collaboration should fix all that. Read More July 8, 2015 Euro Truck Simulator 2 Trades Thrills for Incredible Immersion There aren’t any explosions or action sequences in Euro Truck Simulator, but it’s ability to pull you into the middle of the action will leave you on the edge of your seat. Read More June 23, 2015 Indie Bytes – Magnetic: Cage Closed Magnetic: Cage Closed is a gritty, room based puzzle game that asks you questions about yourself and your motivations. Just like your parents. Read More June 16, 2015 Indie Bytes – Assault Android Cactus Fast-paced, top-down, twin-stick, android-exploding badass challenging super-awesome fun. What more do we need to say before you play this game?! Read More June 11, 2015 Audiosurf 2 Review: Rhythm Remastered The sequel to the spike-dodging, colour-matching game on Steam has launched; get ready to experience your favourite songs in a whole new way. Read More June 9, 2015 Indie Bytes: Air Brawl If you like high-flyin’, gun-totin’ action then Air Brawl is the indie game you should have played yesterday. Read More ← Older posts The Pixel Attack Podcast is a nifty little show about four writers gathering each week to dissect and examine all the wonderful happenings in the world of video games. Copyright © Steven Messner 2014 All Rights Reserved. Tags3DS Amiibo indie Indie Bytes indie games Indie Gaming Mario microsoft Nintendo PC PC Gaming Podcast PS4 Sony Steam Super Smash Bros Wii U xbox xbox one Zelda Pixel Attack Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.