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A New Indie Bundle Appears

A New Indie Bundle Appears

A new indie bundle has appeared on GamersGate going under the guise of the IndieFort Bundle. The bundle, which is available until October 1st operates slightly differently to others, in this deal there are three bundle packages to choose from.

The cheapest Bronze package lets you choose any three of the games available for £2.49, the Silver package lets you pick six games for £4.49 and the Gold package gives you the choice of nine games from the 24 that are available. Some of the games available include Air Buccaneers HD, Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Adventure and Hacker Evolution: Duality. It is quite a collection to choose from, and certainly an innovative type of bundle. I am interested to see how this performs compared to other indie offerings such as the Humble Indie Bundle.

In addition, from the 21st September you will be able to vote for your favourite three games in the IndieFort bundle. The three favourites will be part of the Ultimate IndieFort Pack which will be available for just $3.

The Future Of Next-Gen Consoles

The Future Of Next-Gen Consoles

With E3 around the corner next-gen gaming is the talk of the console town right now. Rumours and opinions are being spread all over the columns and the forums, suggesting anything from what the next Sony and Microsoft consoles will be called, to specs of said consoles, to games that will feature on said consoles and features that they may include. None of these rumours have yet been confirmed but what I’m sure about is the image in my mind of what next-gen gaming means to me. There are things that I would love to see changed and things that have been mentioned on the rumour wheel that I’m praying do not make an appearance. In the paragraphs ahead are five of the ideas I have pictured next-gen gaming to be composed of (or in some cases, hopefully not). I would love to hear your feedback on these ideas, maybe you could even share some of your own. These ideas are aimed to include the whole industry of consoles but as my experience with this generation is from PC and Xbox 360 it might swing heavily in that direction.

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