PLAYISM and Grayfax Software announced a console launch date for their 1990s-inspired turn-based RPG Orangeblood. The game comes to PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this October.
Adventure title Giraffe and Annika is out now for PS4 and Switch in North America. The game is also releasing for those same platforms in Europe, as well as for Xbox One worldwide, later this week.
Giraffe and Annika is a title from indie Japanese developer Atelier Mimina making its console debut after a PC launch earlier this year. As an adventure title, it’s not particularly deep, but the wholesome charm it exudes makes it a very pleasant experience.
A cancellation of physical events means that publishers are finding new ways to showcase and reveal upcoming games. Fourteen publishers have announced a joint New Game+ Expo event that will be broadcast live on Twitch next month.
What is the proper response to organized crime? This game strongly suggests that directly fighting the mob members is best, so don’t come to it for legal advice.
In the year 199x, four girls must come together if they wish to survive on the isle of New Koza. While the console enthusiasts have to wait for a release window, PC gamers can enjoy Orangeblood starting today.
After a short delay, Playism has put out a new PC release date for Orangeblood. Grayfax Software’s turn-based RPG will be available through Steam in January.
The PC version of Playism and Grayfax Software’s Orangeblood has been pushed back. It will now join the game’s console versions in 2020.
Surreal horror RPG Omori is set to release for PC and Mac this year after over five years in development. At TGS, publisher Playism revealed the game will also be coming to consoles.
A part of its TGS announcements, Playism confirmed the console versions for Grayfax Software’s Orangeblood. The game is a turn-based RPG set in an alternate timeline on an artifical island off the coast of Okinawa.
Zach wouldn’t last one minute in New Koza, what with the guns, double-crossing, and loud music. It’s a good thing Playism is producing a game that lets him live vicariously.
bluffman’s retro Artifact Adventure series returns with a new title. Artifact Adventure Gaiden DX will be available through Steam and Playism at the end of the month.
Playism reached its seventh anniversary back in March. Though a couple of months after the fact, the company made seven new announcements this week to celebrate.
Artifact Adventure emulated the impressive graphic prowess of the NES, and its sequel builds on that by emulating a later device. However, that device is the Game Boy, and thus offers even less of a palette to work with.
Artifact Adventure raids RPGs from the 8-bit era for inspiration, aesthetics, and artifacts. Some may say it belongs in a museum, while others would argue it belongs in a (Steam) library.
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