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It is a sad day here at The Reticule, but it is a day that has been a long time coming. I am sad to reveal that The Reticule is going offline and there won’t be any new content published. It has been a long and very exciting ride since a small group of us started this place back in November 2008, but these things don’t last forever and as the team slowly moved on to bigger and brighter things…
The Independent Games Festival is due to hold its’ 13th annual awards ceremony in the Spring of 2011. The IGF is a mainstay of the gaming calendar, and in the words of Kyle Gabler (World of Goo) ”is the biggest showcase for indie games”.
We are changing servers today! Don’t worry, you won’t have to update bookmarks or anything like that, we’ll still be at the same address. I just want to keep everyone informed in case things go a bit haywire and we hit a bit of town time. Apologies for any inconveniences that this may cause, I promise to get things settled soon. Thanks!
Call of Duty: Black Ops looks as though it may go on to become one of the best-selling games of all-time. This is a worrying statistic.
World of Goo was awesome, one of my favourite games of all time. I dream of seeing a new World of Goo title. My dreams may, just may, come true.
Call of Duty never used to be about Modern Warfare and CODBLOPS, it is a series that used to have a sense of seriousness surrounding it, a of gritty down-to-earth realism.
This is a great idea, Show Me The Games is a portal to a whole bunch of indie games like AI War, Gratuitous Space Battles, World of Goo and 17 others. The concept is explained in detail by Positech’s Cliff Harris but it pretty much boils down to an attempt to create an indie game portal, and a simple example of what indie games are.