ThatHITBOX Indie Roundup’s are built to cover a broad selection of recent / upcoming indie releases. There will likely be no running theme or connective tissue between any of the titles; just two or three games that stood out to us, and therefore might be worth a look. In much the same way as the rest of our review coverage, each title will be given a final score. In the case of a hands on preview, or future recommendation, no score will be given.
We’re kicking things off with a review of Heave Ho, a delightfully silly Steam and Switch title that revels in physical comedy and rewarding failure. Then, we’re taking a look at the shadow dropped Hotline Miami Collection on Switch, a highly sort after port that absolutely delivers the goods. Finally, we take the Switch version of AER Memories of Old for a spin.
HEAVE HO -
HOTLINE MIAMI COLLECTION -
AER MEMORIES OF OLD -
HEAVE HO (PC, NS)
The ultimate videogame version of rinse repeat. But it’s also ever so satisfying.
HOTLINE MIAMI COLLECTION (PS4, PC, NS)
The flying is great. They definitely got that right.
AER MEMORIES OF OLD (PS4, PC, NS)
HEAVE HO, HOTLINE MIAMI, & AER MEMORIES OF OLD
By JAY TEE