He’s part of the free DLC that was promised as a stretch goal during the Kickstarter campaign.
When the credits rolled on The Girl and the Robot, I was surprised. Both by how sudden it was and by the fact that this is actually an episodic game. Nowhere did the developer Flying Carpets Games suggest it would be split into acts, instead opting to save the reveal for the credits after its […]
One of the more fun parts of E3 is running into developers who are showing their games off unofficially – that is, running it on a laptop or mobile device showing it off to anyone they can flag down rather than at a proper booth. Feels like I run into at least one every year. […]
While playing Shape of the World, there were moments where I was so focused on the game that everything else around me faded. The beautiful colors and soothing sounds of its world had me completely enraptured. It was the perfect escape from all the noise and lights of E3. Shape of the World drops you […]
Moebius: Empire Rising is hinged on the theory states time is in constant loop and that people’s destinies are tied to an infinity of coincidences. Whether or not such theory could actually come to be proved, it does make for a fascinating subject in which Jane Jensen’s latest Kickstarter funded game dives into head first. […]
Flying Carpets Games recently debuted The Girl and the Robot, their first game out the gate, after successfully hitting their Kickstarter goal. The game follows a young girl attempting to escape a winding castle situated in the sky with the help of a gold-colored robot. And it looks very promising. I recently went hands-on with […]
Hello, and welcome once again to Entertainium Extra! Our weekly news round-up feature highlighting some of the bigger, interesting, or just plain weird stories from the past week. This week, Microsoft unveiled the release date for the Xbox One, Namco revealed the details on their forthcoming Dark Souls 2 beta, Hotline Miami 2 makes some concessions […]
Hello, and welcome to Entertainium Extra! Our weekly news round-up feature highlighting some of the bigger, interesting, or just plain weird stories from the past week. This week saw Nintendo make a couple of announcements in regard to the 3DS and Wii U – one getting a new hardware revision, the other a price cut […]