We take a look at the top indie games to keep an eye on after the recent EGLX in Toronto.
The debut title from Toronto's Reptoid Games is an entrancing effort about digging up old bones.
The recent event was a sign of things to come as the Toronto Media Arts Centre prepares to move into its new home.
The annual festival collects innovative and thought-provoking VR experiences from around the world.
The founders of Reptoid Games discuss Fossil Hunters, the Ubisoft Indie Series, and the origins of their studio.
Ubisoft's Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is a bold reinterpretation of Mario that makes the case for more outside-the-box thinking.
Despite a few organizational mishaps, the fans at Pokemon Go Fest demonstrated why the game remains so popular more than a year after its release.
Pokemon Go Fest was an even bigger nightmare for those who made the trek from outside the US.
The annual VRTO Conference showcased the many practical uses of Virtual and Augmented Reality.
These games best captured the inclusive and experimental spirit of Different Games Toronto.
Toronto game developers share their experiences at TOJam 12: What Twelves Below.
The annual student showcase highlighted the work of the brightest game design students in the province.
Bootdisk Revolution's kinetic sequel improves on the original with excellent gameplay and endless replayability.
Our tour of PAX East concludes with some of the most offbeat and ambitious indie games of 2017.
From racing horror to co-op stealth, we're back with more of the best games from PAX East.
We made the trek to Boston for PAX East 2017. These are some of the highlights from Day 1.
In We Are Chicago, poor technical execution undercuts a game with good intentions.
The Toronto festival showcases films that explore the artistic boundaries of Virtual Reality.