Definitely looks depressing. Not sure how you turn something like that into a great game if you leave your audience wanting to eat a shotgun.
Seems Ubisoft is fully embracing the artsy indie games thing, after Child of Light comes Valiant Hearts. Release date is June 25th, PSN/Xbox LIVE Arcade/PC Digital(so I guess Uplay).
I'm sold on it already, things can't normally get an emotional impact out of me - and I've got to say, it did touch on some depression for me too - but looks like it'll be a great ride, plus WWI (I think it's WWI at least - not sure how you'd ID it between the two WWs) is a great backdrop that hasn't been used for much outside of shooters in a while.
This looks like it's an adventure game I'm guessing - with the dude and dog being amongst the characters played.
It's WW1, the title is pretty obvious about it, since The Great War is WW1.
In terms of gameplay, I think it'll be maybe a bit like Trine or so, multiple characters and platform/puzzle/combat mix, not too sure but it seemed to be kinda like that, maybe more action oriented hard to tell on the few gameplay bits.
I must say I am not a big fan of this flash-like aesthetic where you vector-draw and animate by sliding chunks of the characters instead of drawing each frame. Still I will support it because of the theme and format.
Pretty sure Metal Slug is pixel art through and through. Castle Crasher has a vector graphics aesthetic I don't care much about, but most of the animations are drawn from scratch. A better example of what I don't like would be Shank.
Steam forces you to install uplay.
Played for about 4 hours on PS4 Saturday and really enjoyed it. Hopefully there's some break in work and I can put some more time in today. The wife and a couple of in-laws were over and seemed to really enjoy the presentation and puzzles, none game very much.
Pussy bitch Draegan sold us out to MMORPG.com
Exodus underway to Rererolled - A Gaming Community
Oh and sorta fuck Tuco too.
I've finished it. This is, without a doubt, the saddest thing I've ever played in 25 years of gaming.
around 8 or 9 hours.
I finally got around to playing and beating this and I will 2nd Quineloe's statement. Easily the saddest thing I have ever played but a really enjoyable game.
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