Friday, 28 September 2012

Indie Royale Oktoberfest Bundle

Well it was a bit of long shot to think I would be able to get even a single review out before the next Indie Royale bundle was released. However, the Vessel review is incoming and should be done relatively soon.

Here is a spot of information regarding the Oktoberfest Bundle. The games include: Hector Badge of Carnage Complete Series (very excited to play this), Chime, The Adventures of Shuggy, Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble! and the Network. If you pay over £5.05 you also receive an album by SAVESTATES and if you pay more than £8 then you receive two SAVESTATES albums. However, video games are my specialties so I will be sticking just to the games.

The games look interesting. Very excited for Hector and that will be split into a review for each episodes. Dangerous High School Girls In Trouble! from the brief description I read about it sounds...strange...very strange. However I will have to wait and see what is really like.

Heres a link to the Indie Royale Oktoberfest Bundle -

Well since it is Oktoberfest drink hearty and be merry.

    - Neodyminium

Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears.

Well more eyes than ears. Anyhoo, I have been a long time fan of the various indie bundles that have built up over the past year or so. I love the fantastic deal of affordable (not bank breaking) and awesome games along side the donations to charity. As such, I have decided it would be fitting to review the games featured in said indie bundles.

I have a long backlog of games from both Humble Bundle and Indie Royale that I shall get through eventually. However, I believe the best place to start is the current Humble Bundle; Humble Bundle 6. This lovely bundle includes: Vessel, Torchlight, Rochard, S.P.A.Z.(Space Pirates and Zombies), and Shatter as it's base games and Wizorb, BIT.TRIP.RUNNER, Gratuitous Space Battles, Jamestown and Dustforce as it's bonus features if you beat the minimum.

I am probably going to begin with the base games and work my way through the bonus ones as well. Due to the speed in which indie bundles are released I am probably going to be hard pushed to get through all of these before the next Indie Royale 'The Oktober Fest' bundle launches but I am certainly going to give it a shot.

As I go through and review each game I will do my best not to give away any spoilers. I will provide links to so if anybody is enthralled (never know) by my review and decided they need to get the bundle for a specific game they know where to go. I will also provided links to the games actual website since bundles are only available for a limited time.

Humble Bundle 6 Link

Well I had better get busy and start playing through some of these games. Vessel has piqued my interest so that is where we will be starting.

      - Neodyminium