CD Projekt Red, developer of the critically acclaimed Witcher series, has just announced that they have delayed their highly anticipated 2020 release, Cyberpunk 2077 — and that’s not a bad thing. The Polish developer took to Twitter today to announce that their upcoming open-world RPG has been pushed back from its original April release date to September 17 later this year. Continue reading “Cyberpunk 2077 is Delayed and I’m Happy About It”
TaleSpire, developed by BouncyRock Entertainment out of Norway, is a new digital tool to build your own Tabletop RPG. TaleSpire’s Kickstarter campaign just launched on June 25th and runs until August 8th. The campaign has already raised over half of its first goal of $126,353. It’s no wonder it’s taken off, it looks beautiful and they’ve proven with their concept art and working Alpha that they know what they’re doing. Continue reading “TaleSpire, craft your own digital Tabletop RPG | Kickstarter”
Have you ever wanted to play as a little cat on a grand adventure? Well, this is the game for you! You take on the role of a cat on a journey in this cute and endearing story. As you travel through the empire of Felingard, you will learn magic spells and find lots of loot. I’ve replayed this in anticipation for the sequel that comes out this year, Cat Quest 2: The Lupus Empire. Continue reading “Cat Quest — A Pawsome Catventure”
As I played through the game, these are tips and tricks I learned to help you get the most out of the Ni No Kuni: Revenant Kingdom.
Battle Chasers: Nightwar is a game that does most things poorly and everything else even worse. I find it difficult to think of another game that’s as disjointed and confused about itself as Battle Chasers: Nightwar. From the story that the player is thrust into with almost no setup or characterization to the uninspired gameplay that drags on and on, there’s really very little to be said in this game’s favor.
With Steam’s Greenlight (now discontinued in favor of Steam Direct) program allowing so many developers put their titles and ideas onto the platform, it can be difficult to pick out the wheat from the chaff. Spearhead Games is anything but some incompetent indie dev looking to make some money off a quick Unity engine asset flip, though a cursory look at any of their games may understandably not give off the best impression. “Oh, another ‘Action-Adventure RPG’ in some nondescript fantasy land where ‘Choices matter’, joy!” one might say after reading the tags and peeking through the screenshots on Steam, but a deceptively ingenious game and narrative lies hidden beneath the admittedly unappetizing surface.