July 7, 2015 Mighty Switch Force: Hyper Drive Edition PC Review Mighty Switch Force: Hyper Drive Edition is a fun 2D puzzle/platformer for PC. If you can get around the odd design choices, you’re likely to have a blast. 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 June 5, 2015 Dex Review: Clunky, Cyberpunky This sidescrolling RPG has a great visual aesthetic and intriguing story, but it’s hampered by faulty voice acting and frustrating combat. Read More May 29, 2015 The Top 5 Roguelikes You Haven’t Heard of on PC Roguelikes are procedurally generated games, and with the exception of a few popular ones, most quality titles fly under the radar. Nevyn’s here to fix that. Read More May 26, 2015 Indie Bytes: Neon Struct Neon Struct will make you feel like you’re in Oceans 11 by bringing you back to the days of hardcore stealth gameplay. Unfortunately there isn’t co-op for 10 friends. Read More May 21, 2015 Sunset Review: All Shine, No Substance Sunset puts you in the role of a housekeeper in a war-torn town. Despite an interesting premise, Sunset lacks the technical ability to pull it off. 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.