IndieBox has been releasing high quality big boxed versions of digital only games for years now and these are the Top 10 best of all time!
Get IndieBox releases here: http://theindiebox.com?afmc=8m Games Shown:
Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
Super Win the Game
The Stanley Parable
Dust: An Elysian Tail
Galak-Z: The Dimensional
Lead Designer David Rogers walks through the details of our previous Bard’s Tale IV video, breaking down each scene and going into detail on all the gameplay features being shown.
The Bard’s Tale IV returns to the classic fantasy RPGs of years past. Featuring dynamic turn-based combat, a full party of characters to build and customize, and first-person exploration of maze-like dungeons with devious puzzles and riddles, The Bard’s Tale IV is a true successor to the original Bard’s Tale trilogy, and is crowdfunded by thousands of fans. Help us bring back the dungeon crawl and return to Skara Brae – the city that started it all.
I have some sealed video games in my collection…but they MOCK me… TEASE me… TEMPT ME into opening them. Should I do it!? Would you do it!? What are your thoughts on sealed games and collectors that focus on them?
LucasArts made some of the best and funniest games in the 1990s spanning Adventure, FPS, Simulation and Star Wars games! Here are some of the big box PC games I have in my collection from that iconic gaming company!
My buddy Barnacules released a massively detailed video on his amazing gaming and editing PC: I show you how to setup your own surround gaming PC setup using large 4k televisions, including what screens to pick and how to configure the hardware and software to get up and running. It took me a lot of trial and error to get the setup I have today and hopefully this inspires you to try. Click ‘Show More’ below to expand this section.
Lukozer‘s review of the Amiga game Captain Blood. A typical Infogrammes game in that it looked unique, not just in 1988 but even today. A great sci-fi adventure with a revolutionary communication system… Also features a total fuck up by me as I write the wrong co-ordinates and bugger off to the wrong planet…
Dave Nunez shows us his epic 80s & 90s Flight Simulation game collection. These sims are on the vintage Commodore 64 through early IBM MS-DOS PCs to Windows 95, Windows XP and all the way up to modern Windows 10 machines running steam. If you want to learn about flight sims both old and new, this is the video for you!
Games we mentioned:
F-15 strike Eagle
Secret weapons of the Luftwaffe
Aces over Europe
Aces of the Pacific
F – 117a stealth fighter
LHX Attack Chopper
US Navy fighters
Falcon 3.0 gold
Falcon 4.0 – Benchmark Sims
1942 the Pacific air war
Microsoft flight simulator 5.0
Microsoft flight simulator X