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Katrina Lind

Katrina Lind is a writer and Editor for the Indie Section of Goomba Stomp. She as an affinity for everything Indie Gaming and loves the idea of comparing the world of gaming to the world of art, theater, and literature. Katrina resides in the Pacific Northwest where she swears she grew up in a town closely resembling Gravity Falls and Twin Peaks.

Indie Snippet: ‘3030 Deathwar Redux’ is a Double Edged Sword

'3030 Deathwar Redux' originally came out in 2007, but the newest release has an interesting problem.

‘Life Is Strange: Before the Storm’, Episode One — ‘Awake’ is a Deep, Deep...

The first installment in "Life is Strange: Before the Storm" is clever, polished, and hella powerful.

‘Tacoma’ Creates Comfort in A Deep, Dark, Lonely Space

It’s hard not to think of Tacoma as a game or even a narrative piece, but the truth is that Tacoma is an interactive experience. It might not reward you in the same ways as other games, or books, or even plays. It’s a different kind of medium, where you get out of it what you put into it.

‘Life is Strange Before the Storm’ – You’ve Piqued My Interest

The first of three episodes of Before the Storm is set to release August 31st, but back in June when the prequel was first announced at E3, I was a little apathetic towards the initial announcement.

Analyzing ‘Uncharted’: ‘A Thief’s End’ & The Complex Nathan Drake

In the last addition to 'Analyzing Uncharted', we take a look at 'A Thief's End' and what makes Nathan Drake tick.

Analyzing ‘Uncharted’: ‘Drake’s Deception’ – Wait, What Was The Game About?

In the third installment in Analyzing Uncharted, we explore the disconnect between gameplay and narrative in Drake's Deception.

Analyzing ‘Uncharted’: ‘Among Thieves’ & The Destruction of Nathan Drake

In the second installment of Analyzing Uncharted, we take a look at the action of Among Thieves, and also the destructive path Nathan Drake leaves behind him.

Analyzing ‘Uncharted’: ‘Drake’s Fortune’ Isn’t Good & That’s Okay

In 'Analyzing Uncharted', we take a deeper look into Uncharted Series on a game by game basis. First up is Drake's Fortune, and whether or not it holds up in 2017.

E3 2017: The 5 Most Anticipated Indie Games

As Microsoft pointed out this year at E3, players love the art and craft of diversity in gaming- so here are the top 5 indie titles we're stoked about.

8 Adorable Moments From Nintendo at E3

If there’s one thing Nintendo will continually get right is designing things to be absolutely adorable. With announcements and closer looks at Super Mario Odyssey, Kirby and Yoshi games, Nintendo is still killing it in the cuteness department.