I don’t know mostly unplug from the internet for 2 weeks, and then get hit with a bunch of news! This one is a quick little pearl though – Love Letter is now available on iOS, Android, and Steam!
The publishers of The Bards Tale IV have added an interesting twist to the upcoming release…
Not 100% sure how I feel about this one. I haven’t gone far into my copy of Gloomhaven – it is a commitment. But a digital version may open up the gameplay to new players and veterans looking for a quick experience alike. But no matter how you feel about it, Gloomhaven is going digital.
The Sierra games where THE adventure games to play in the 80’s and early 90’s. King’s Quest, Quest for Glory (originally Hero’s Quest), Space Quest, Police Quest, even Leisure Suit Larry have a special place in many gamers hearts from my generation. And now, from the original designers of the Quest for Glory series, Hero-U: Rogue to Redemption has completed it’s long journey to begin a new series of adventures.
Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice from Ninja Theory was 2017’s darling release for many great reasons. I was thinking of waiting until it maybe came out on PS Plus, but I just got a massive incentive to buy it now on PC.
Istanbul is a board game that I enjoy, but it doesn’t quite hit the table as often as I would like. Now Asmodee Digital and Acram Digital have released the iOS and Android version, and it is fun.
Ahhh Steam Sales. Every six months,
I loved PixelJunk Monsters on the PlayStation 3. From memory, it was the first game I wanted to Platinum, even though it didn’t have one. Ten years later, PixelJunk Monsters 2 is coming out, and on the switch!
Well there has been a lot of news in the last 24 hours about Resident Evil 7 and the Switch, but the real story behind the headline is more interesting to me. Longtime wishlist game One Deck Dungeon has officially hit version 1.0 status, and thank you James Gunn for giving me some tunes to get me through the morning!