Todd Mitchell

Todd Mitchell

Indie Dev, Game Industry Journalist

Freelance game industry journalist and indie game dev hobbyist

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Space Food Truck Early Access Review | The Nerd Stash

When The Nerd Stash first covered Space Food Truck, One Man Left Studios was nearing the end of a journey to expand beyond the mobile platform and test the waters of PC/Mac/Linux development for the first time. The designers spoke eagerly in a press release about the opportunity to build deeper, more compelling experiences than they felt they could create on handheld devices. After spending time with the latest Early Access build of Space Food Truck, I think they’re well on their way to doing just that.

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Victor Vran Review | The Nerd Stash

If you want an affordable action RPG to pleasantly surprise you, look no further than Victor Vran by Bulgarian independent studio Haemimont Games.

Haemimont, famous for the Tropico series, worked with publisher EuroVideo Medien to get the game released on Steam. It was part of the Early Access program from February through July of 2015 where it was previewed for The Nerd Stash by Sabine Algur, wherein she declared Victor Vran an “extraordinary upcoming ARPG.”

Now, having been fully launched in July, Victor Vran is just an extraordinary ARPG.

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Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Review | The Nerd Stash

Larian Studios’ Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition marks the Divinity series’ arrival on consoles with a killer classic RPG experience.

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Space Food Truck Headed for Steam Early Access

Alabama-based indie studio One Man Left has announced their fifth title, Space Food Truck, will be available Tuesday, November 24 via Steam Early Access. Described by the studio as a “cooperative culinary adventure for 1-4 players,” Space Food Truck will focus on deck building and strategy as players traverse a procedurally-generated galaxy assembling recipes to stay in business.