Last Thursday, Chad Moldenhauer of Studio MDHR dropped by ID@XBOX to do a live chat on Xbox’s Twitch Channel for his upcoming indie title Cuphead. He took a few questions from viewers during the stream, and I took the opportunity to do a follow-up from my interview regarding some concerns I had about the game.
There are few experiences I cherish more as a games reporter than walking into a room full of new, unfinished video games, each one of them ready for me to play. It makes it so easy to be excited about the future of gaming. Every time.
Here's a list of some of the indie developers participating in Microsoft's ID@Xbox program to make games for Xbox One. Bonus points if you recognize them all.
Two-button fighter Divekick is coming to the Xbox One. Buried at the bottom of a long list of developers self-publishing via ID@Xbox, Dave Lang of Iron Galaxy confirmed the scrappy title for Microsoft's latest console.
The Xbox One is in the hands of players now, but it's also in the hands of a large number of developers who've signed on for the ID@Xbox independent publishing platform. Today program director Chris Charla namedropped 32 of them, and they make for a very impressive list.