On Monday, June 14th, E3 dedicated a full hour to the Indie Showcase. Historically, E3 has been known as a platform for blockbuster triple-A titles and for featuring large developers and publishers. Until now.
About two dozen indie titles were shown with gripping trailers and bite-sized interviews from their creators. The audience gets to know the faces behind these games–individuals who pursued their passion for content creation. Indie devs and their games have risen in popularity in the last few years, whether on their own or sponsored by larger corporations like Ubisoft or Nintendo.
I believe that this Indie Showcase was, without a doubt, a success. Getting to know the devs brings a personal touch, while the platform allows their games to reach incredible visibility. In addition to that, the variety of titles was expansive–there was something for everybody. We have simulators, platformers with cats, rogue-like shooters, and adventure platformers…
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