I had the pleasure of trying out Dragon Age II over the summer at San Diego Comic Con 2010. Was I a lucky member of the press whisked away to some dark room to spend hours with the game? No, absolutely not. I waited in a long line with other passionate fans for about an hour to get my hands on an early build of the game. As I told a number of my friends, the game looked and felt amazing. Combat had been sped up, and everything felt more fluid and tactile.
It has already been an incredible year for indie-gaming and we’re deeply in love with a number of this year’s small studio gems. We got wind of the Greenlight Supershow last week and figured we’d spread the word. The Greenlight Supershow is a 13+ hour livestream showcasing over 25 indie games from Greenlight. As this is a community driven event, many of the creative minds behind the games will also be on hand to discuss their labors of love.
The Greenlight Supershow starts tomorrow on Twitch.tv on June 29th at 10:30am EST and is set to end around midnight.
Here are some of the titles you’ll see on the stream:
…and many more.
The goal of the event is a noble one, ” [to] help other small studios to reach and grow their communities, and raise gamers’ awareness of indie games and how to help them.” … We think that’s pretty damn cool.