Look past the loving tributes to retro games and Japan's premiere indie games event feels like the natural, inevitable destiny of video gaming.
Konjak brokers peace for the 16-bit console wars.
Blurring the line between tribute and clone in the nicest way possible.
A highlight of this year's BitSummit demonstrated the appeal of the shallow.
"Practically speaking, I want to help raise up a new director," says Atsushi Inaba.
Kat cracks open a chuhai and joins the 8-4 Play crew to talk current events, Japanese RPGs, and localization.
Japanese indie development is still in its infant stages, but it's light years beyond where it was just a couple years ago.
Kat returns to Japan's indie festival for Day 2.
Kat digs into BitSummit with observations and highlights from the first day of the show.
A plethora of Japan's most promising independent developers did something unusual recently: they met each other.