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Scheduled for 2019, Aloft Studio unveils a first official video of its game "Hazelnut Bastille" and offers you to try a playable demo!
A worthy heir to Super Famicom games like "The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past"(from which it borrows the overworld, dungeons and progression system) and "Seiken Densetsu", Hazelnut Bastille, a top-down view 2D action-RPG game, looks like it came to visit us right from the early-to-mid 90s.
While waiting for a more accurate release date, the developers offer a playable demo in exchange for an inscription to their newsletter.
The first official trailer does not try to hide its obvious resemblance to Zelda 3!
A bit like the recent - underappreciated - Chasm, it's clearly inspired by old-school PS1 castlevania games(Symphony of the night), and how about the ones on Nintendo DS too? (Especially Order of Ecclesia, for the glyph system!)
So, will it become a classic like its grandpa, or will it fall in the bottomless pits of bad Castlevania clones? let's find out!
Eternal rival of Final Fantasy, which tries to renew itself every year, Dragon Quest has always made the safe and intelligent choice to remain true to itself over three decades, culminating in this new release called "Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age", improving on the perfectly refined old-school open-world turn-based RPG gameplay, which we already enjoyed immensely in Dragon Quest VIII.
Get ready to play Square Enix's latest masterpiece, Dragon Quest XI, like a fine aging wine in a bottle made of gold with a diamond cork.
Steel Empire(in Japan: Kotetsu Teikoku (鋼鉄帝国)), originally developed by Hot-B, is a shoot'em up which first came out in 1992 on Sega Megadrive, then ported to GBA in 2004, and finally remastered for the 3DS in 2014, by Starfish and Mebius. And today, we're reviewing the recently released PC version, which is based on the 3DS one, with almost no changes. And yet, this is the best version of Steel Empire ever released.
"Destination Paris" is a must-have mod for all Commandos 2 fans! It changes almost everything in the game, adding lots of new stuff to the original missions, increased difficulty(actually too much!), and TONS of new missions!
You have enough of the cheery atmosphere of Stardew Valley? You'd like to imagine that for once, you would play a bad guy doing terrible stuff instead of being your little goody two-shoes?
Then, look no further and give a try to Graveyard Keeper, in which you'll carve into warm corpses and feed their rosy ass-cheeks to innocent villagers, before digging graves and throwing extra corpses in the nearby river.
A nice program, isn't it? Say thanks to Lazy Bear Games, a great young developer which already gave us Punch Club a few years ago! (nice but grindy "fighting/management" game!)