We highly anticipated 11 bit studios’ upcoming release with its distinguished and unique art style. South of the Circle focuses on the story and choices made by the player, set in a mature and realistic world, with fully motion-captured performances and fantastic voice acting.
Who says cats just sleep all day?
Sister Wendy Beckett said when observing the Lascaux cave paintings, “Art changes, but it doesn’t get better.”
You don’t often see the word “lighthearted” precede the word “cyberpunk”, but that’s exactly the twist Australian developer Insert Disk 22 is bringing to the genre with their debut game, Born Punk.
There have been 5 Simon the Sorcerer games, including more recently the 25th Anniversary editions (of questionable quality) and an attempt at rebooting the franchise in 2014 with Simon the Sorcerer: Between Worlds. The latter would feature Simon in his 40s developed by the studio StoryBeasts, unfortunately due to funding and publisher issues the game never saw the light of day and StoryBeasts sadly was never heard of again. The fate of Simon the Sorcerer was unclear for a very long period of time, until the announcement of the prequel!
Ever wish you could turn back time and have a do-over? Well, it may not be possible in real life, but it will be in the upcoming Tape: Unveil the Memories, a first-person psychological thriller due out next month.
For their debut adventure, Dutch developer KeokeN Interactive managed to send players to the moon. For an encore performance, they're setting their sights even further out in space in their upcoming sequel, Deliver Us Mars.
What's better than one new horror game from Supermassive Games to look forward to later this year? How about two! While we aren't quite finished with The Dark Pictures Anthology just yet, with one final installment left to go to complete the first season, due up before that is an all-new supernatural teen thriller called The Quarry.
We're all looking optimistically forward to life returning to something resembling normal after the pandemic, but the few survivors of Sergey Noskov's 35MM aren't nearly so fortunate, as more players can now find out for themselves following its recent release on consoles.
Many (fictional) tragedies have occurred in pursuit of eternal life, but rarely have so many happened to one family, as they do in The Centennial Case: A Shijima Story, a live-action Japanese mystery from h.a.n.d. and Square Enix that is due to arrive this spring.
Indie Turkish developer Tonguç Bodur has carved out quite a niche for himself with a variety of atmospheric exploratory adventures over the years, most notably the Drizzlepath series, but they've largely been limited to PC. Now, however, one of Bodur's other adventures is making its way onto consoles in the form of The Dead Tree of Ranchiuna.
Full-motion video games are officially experiencing a renaissance following their premature demise in the mid- to late-nineties. No longer hindered by technological restraints, modern developers are taking full advantage of what interactive cinema can bring. One such designer is Paul Raschid, who previously directed The Complex and Five Dates and is now putting the finishing touches on a new live-action adventure called The Gallery.
The Expanse has drawn plenty of critical acclaim throughout its five-year run on Amazon Prime, but with the popular sci-fi series about to launch its sixth and final season, the end appeared near. Not so, however, as the franchise is poised to expand itself in the form of a new episodic game series from Telltale, Deck Nine Games and the Alcon Interactive Group.
It's been a long time since the last adventure game in the Star Trek universe, but that is due to change next year with a new Telltale-style narrative adventure by Dramatic Labs called Star Trek: Resurgence.
Dysfunctional family gatherings can be killers, but usually that's meant more figuratively than literally. Not so in Wales Interactive and Good Gate Media's upcoming interactive FMV mystery, Who Pressed Mute on Uncle Marcus?