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SNK Metal Slug: a jump in the past

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If you were born in the eighties or in the nineties, you have played coin-op games in...

Watch_Dogs And Hacking: Hollywood Is Right And Wrong

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To be honest, I relished on the fact that I’ll get to write about Watch_Dogs. Why? Well, because in...

Control PC: a disturbing and dreamlike journey

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Control for PC is the latest game released by Remedy Entertainment. Anyone who loves video games will have heard of this company...

Indivisible: RPG, Metroidvania and Platform in one game

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Indivisible is an indie game that I enjoyed. Some aspects have delighted me, making me spend time with a smile on my...

Train Simulator And Some Great Movies Set On Trains

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OK Let’s face it. Speed has been a recurring theme in my posts. And I love it. So it makes sense that...

5 sports games to keep you in shape during this period

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Sports games can be exciting and useful to spend time in this lockdown (if you still are in one). On the other...

Days Of War: We Can’t Forget The Past

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Frankly, there are several reasons for the making of this post. It’s not solely the addition of Days Of War in our...

Post Apocalyptic Movies: Lessons In Survival

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Post Apocalyptic Movies. Love them or hate them, post-apocalyptic movies are here to stay. Most of the time, they’re bleak, scary and...

How To Survive: A Different Type Of Survival

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Let’s face it. Survival video games are as diverse and interesting as the movies. Sometimes even more so. And How to Survive...

Metal Gear Solid and the Konami Stealth Week

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"Metal Gear Solid on sale" is a heavenly phrase for gamers. For this reason, you must take advantage of the last days...

Death Stranding Actors: Reedus & Del Toro’s Partnership

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To be honest Death Stranding isn’t the only inspiration for this post. Far from it. Decades and decades of watching great movies...

Exit Limbo Review: an amazing side scroller beat’em up

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Dear gamers, today I want you to read my Exit Limbo review. I took a first look at the game, playing a...

Hideo Kojima: Games, Movies And Strong Cult Following

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I have to be quite frank here. My first introduction with Hideo Kojima’s work was with Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater....

Exit Limbo Interview: “Our Driving Force Is Making Music”

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How often do I get a chance to speak to not just talented game developers, but very talented musicians at the same...

Jill Valentine Actress: Who Is Hannah John-Kamen?

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Jill Valentine will get a whole new actress that's for sure. And a whole another movie, but more on that a bit...

Remember Me: a glimpse of a cyberpunk world

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Remember Me is one of those games that made me fall in love at first sight. You should know that when it...

ItazuraVR: how far will you go in virtual reality?

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Well, we all know that VR hasn't brought about much change in the video game world so far… It seemed to revolutionize...

Developing Exit Limbo: The Passion Project Of A Close-Knit Team

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Exit Limbo is a very special project both for Giovanni Cantele and for IndieGala as well. And you can say that developing...

Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite Battles, Endless Fun

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Marvel vs Capcom: Infinite is the latest game in the classic fighting series. This videogame takes some elements of Ultimate Marvel vs...

Monster Hunter Deluxe And What’s Up With The Movie?

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Capcom’s Monster Hunter games are some of my favorites to write about. They really are. And the deluxe Monster Hunter experience is...

Exit Limbo Tribute: Marvel’s Rhino, an Underrated Villain

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Another post for another great character. But a small Exit Limbo tribute is in order as well. As mentioned before, Indie Gala...

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments (5 Film Picks)

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Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments is just one of the many many Sherlock themed video games that we have on hand here...

Sniper Ghost Warrior And My Top 5 Sniper Movies

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As promised, I’m continuing the sniper motif from the other post. Which is also inspired by the Sniper Ghost Warrior video...

Exit Limbo And Some Of My Favorite Rhino Characters

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Writing about cool characters is nothing new for me. Vegeta, Pac-Man, Lilith and now Mr. Rhino in Exit Limbo. That’s right. Indie...

Marvel vs Capcom Infinite: Assembly Before The Battle

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Marvel Movies and Marvel-inspired video games. I mean does it get any better than this? Not for me. A die-hard Marvel fan....

Monster Hunter: World, Let’s start the hunt

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Monster Hunter: World is the game many have been waiting for. This saga has many fans but this chapter is also suitable...

XCOM: Chimera Squad Mini-Review

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown and XCOM 2, are some of the most popular modern day strategic games. The spin-off XCOM: Chimera Squad keeps...

Marvel vs Capcom and The Fantastic Avengers Endgame

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Capcom has been a recurring theme for me and my content here at IndieGala. And while Marvel vs Capcom is the latest...

Lords of the Fallen GOTY: Unleash your fury

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Lords of the Fallen GOTY is one of the classic games you tend to underestimate. Maybe you've seen this game hundreds...

Sniper Movies: Why Do We Even Like Them?

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Sniper movies are a natural progression for me and my writing here at IndieGala. I mean, I already wrote about Mafia movies,...

Death Stranding: Dying to live again

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Death Stranding is a game that has divided critics and audiences. Many have hailed it as a revolutionary game. Some have considered...

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Is A Blast From The Past

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You can’t really put Takashi Miike in any type of bracket. Frankly, he doesn’t really belong in any particular genre. Why? Because...

Mega Man 11 And The Stubborn Rookie Player

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This is a post about commitment, stubbornness and spite. It’s a post about Mega Man 11, but I’ll get to that.

Open-world games: choose these if you want to explore!

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What’s the connection between open-world games and quarantine? Well, in this time of total lockdown, I understand that someone wants to be...

Narcos: Why Are We Still Obsessed With Escobar?

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It seems like I can’t catch a break writing about bad-boys. And naturally Narcos is next on the agenda. Well, the legendary...

Bear With Me And The Lasting Noir Influence

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Every once in a while I will stumble on a game like Bear With Me, and it will make my writing worth...

Tales of Vesperia: a fabled RPG you shouldn’t miss

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I still remember when I first played Tales of Vesperia. It was 2009, trouble-free times. I remember being fascinated by its magical...

Managing Expectations While Playing Dark Souls

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What do you get when a rookie gamer devotes an entire weekend to playing Dark Souls? A lesson in managing expectations.

Code Vein: Enemies, Blood and Soulslike

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It's not always easy to find a Soulslike as beautiful as Code Vein. Personally, I'm an admirer of the genre and I...

Human Fall Flat And Some Brilliant Comedic Gems

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Slapstick movies as a dying breed Lately, the slapstick movies (as a sub-genre of the comedy films) have been...

Paradox Science Fiction Weekend: The Future is yours

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Paradox Science Fiction Weekend is upon us! Get ready, because during this time you can take advantage of numerous opportunities. Here are...

Tropico: The Making Of A Great Dictator

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A Disclaimer! This particular post is not about Tropico, the 27-minute long short movie by Lana Del Rey. Yes, there is such...