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The PC Gaming Show Threw In An Indie Showcase

When you're producing a show like The PC Gaming Show, a lot of things are going to get a shorter time, like many of the indie titles. During the broadcast, there was a moment where a number of indie titles were put together in their own little showcase. Those games include Shadows Of Doubt, The Forgotten City, Paradise Killer, Haven, Cartel Tycoon, Trash Sailors, Cris Tales, and Alaloth – Champions of The Four Kingdoms. You can check out descriptions for all of them below as well as see the complete showcase video from the PC Gaming Show.

Cris Tales was one of the many games put into the Indie Showcase, courtesy of Modus Games.
Cris Tales was one of the many games put into the Indie Showcase, courtesy of Modus Games.

The Forgotten City retains all the elements you know and love while leveling up every aspect and adding plenty of surprises. Walk the streets of a brand new city. Get to know re-imagined characters. Sink into original lore with fresh twists and endings. Solve challenging new puzzles, and enjoy an all-new orchestral score and professional voice acting. The Forgotten City is the story we always wanted to tell, for you to enjoy all over again. And again.

Find your own truth in Paradise Killer, a first person open world murder mystery. Play as investigation freak Lady Love Dies as they explore the world, uncover the facts and breathe life back into paradise.

Shadows of Doubt is a detective stealth game set in a fully-simulated sci-fi noir city. There's a serial killer on the loose, and it's up to you to catch them by any means necessary, with the condition that you keep a low profile. A unique mix of procedural generation and hand-crafted design enables every room of every building to be explored. Citizens go about their lives independent of the player as you watch from the Shadows, in search of crucial information.

Trash Sailors is a hand-drawn sailing action with co-op up to 4 players. The world was flooded by a giant Trash Tsunami! Control the group of castaways by local or online multiplayer, and create the trashiest sailing team in history! Make your slapdash raft, fight with mutants, and trash your friendship! Luckily for you, a lot of trash is floating around. Trash is your main resource and the most valuable thing in this world. You can recycle it into fuel, raft spare parts, and even weapons. Brace yourself for swamp crocodiles, toxic sharks, arctic pirates, and much, much more!

Experience Past, Present, and Future simultaneously in this gorgeous, indie love letter to classic JRPGs. Discover a unique combination of branching stories, innovative combat, and classic RPG gameplay in Cris Tales' exciting and unforgettable exploration of how our actions echo through time. Join the newly awakened Time Mage, Crisbell, and her fantastical companions in a fantasy world facing a grim future. The powerful Time Empress and her forces threaten to bring about a cataclysm tearing apart Crystallis and the other four Kingdoms of the region.

Cartel Tycoon is a drug empire business simulator where mountains of cash, violence, and death are inevitable. Set in a fictional country in the late '80s, you guide a drug kingpin and build an empire atop narcotics like weed, cocaine, and methamphetamines. Manage every aspect of your business and make critical choices, like which farms and labs you build, how you disguise and smuggle your drugs, whether to bribe the authorities, and how to earn the common people's loyalty.

Alaloth – Champions of The Four Kingdoms is a skill-driven ARPG game inspired by such classics as Baldur's Gate and Pillars of Eternity. Set in a rich fantasy world created in collaboration with RPG veteran Chris Avellone, the game offers fast-paced action with a deep narrative. It's a story about great warriors, war and epic fights. Take on the role of a mighty hero (or a villain), undertaking quests, building reputations, and gaining ancient relics and secrets that will allow you to triumph over the dark god Alaloth. The challenge doesn't end after the first playthrough – new game modes are activated after finishing the game for the first time, giving you even more options for exploring the kingdoms and customizing your character.

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Gavin is the current Games Editor for Bleeding Cool. He has been a lifelong geek who can chat with you about comics, television, video games, and even pro wrestling. He can also teach you how to play Star Trek chess, be your Mercy on Overwatch, recommend random cool music, and goes rogue in D&D. He also enjoys hundreds of other geeky things that can't be covered in a single paragraph. Follow @TheGavinSheehan on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Vero, for random pictures and musings.
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