Indie Buzz #4: The Rainsdowne Players & Everhood

Role-Playing Games have been around for a long time now. While not where the genre itself began, ask most gamers what their favorite RPG is, and chances are you will hear about adolescent memories of titles from the Final Fantasy, Pokémon, Dragon Quest, or Shin Megami Tensei franchises. Each, to a certain extent, mirror each … More Indie Buzz #4: The Rainsdowne Players & Everhood

The Indie Buzz w/ RF20XX – Issue #3: Inure Coffee & Everybody Wham Wham!

Taking time to unwind can be far from the easiest thing to do at times. Between work, home, responsibilities, and everything in between, life can get in the way of what we need most. This week on Issue #3 of RF20XX’s The Indie Buzz, we explore games that both take into account preservation of self, … More The Indie Buzz w/ RF20XX – Issue #3: Inure Coffee & Everybody Wham Wham!

The Indie Buzz w/ Potions & Pixels (P&P) And RF20XX – Issue #2: Conspiracy, Tactical Crisis, & My Hidden Things

Hey folks! Welcome to the 2nd edition of The Indie Buzz, a Charlotte-based collaborative bi-weekly set of reviews, with games chosen in part by Potions & Pixels and reviewed by us at RF20XX! January 2021 for the RF20XX was made about exploring Indie titles, both off the itch.io titles suggested and with games previously bought, … More The Indie Buzz w/ Potions & Pixels (P&P) And RF20XX – Issue #2: Conspiracy, Tactical Crisis, & My Hidden Things

The Indie Buzz w/ Potions & Pixels (P&P) And RF20XX – Issue #1: Tower Guy & Anger Foot

CLT Scene & Beyond, 2021 is upon us, and with it, we’re kicking down the dusty doors that held off some of the fun things we previously wrote about alongside music. In association with Charlotte’s Premier Runner of Game Nights Potions & Pixels, we at RF20XX are set to mix it up with them in … More The Indie Buzz w/ Potions & Pixels (P&P) And RF20XX – Issue #1: Tower Guy & Anger Foot

No Straight Roads Defines What It Means To Be Indie: Switch Review

I love a good music game. Having grown up on DDR and Pump It Up cabinets in the mystic age of the arcade, for many of us it’s a blessing to come upon a movie theater or a barcade that still houses a setup, and these days we live in the world where Japan’s arcade … More No Straight Roads Defines What It Means To Be Indie: Switch Review