I would never have enjoyed playing Don't Die Dateless, Dummy! if I had played it alone. And yet on Saturday, I stopped by the Revision3 offices in San Francisco to help keep them going on their 24-hour Extra Life charity drive. We played the game. And I enjoyed myself quite a bit.
Orbitron: Revolution is, for an Xbox Live Indie game, gorgeous. The shmup, developed by Firebase Industries (and with music by Audio Antics, of Geometry Wars fame), is now out, and costs a ridiculous 240 MSP. Get on it.
Every couple of weeks, we recommend some of the best games on the Xbox Live Indie channel. These are the games on the fringe of the Xbox 360 platform, made by average Joes and indie dreamers. They're peer-reviewed, not Microsoft-approved and thankfully they're not all about posing your Xbox Avatar or a vibrating…