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* ''VideoGame/TwinMirror'' (2020)

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* ''VideoGame/TwinMirror'' (2020)(December 1st, 2020)


* ''VideoGame/TellMeWhy'' (August 27-September 10, 2020)



* ''VideoGame/TellMeWhy'' (August 27-September 10, 2020)


* ''VideoGame/TellMeWhy'' (Summer 2020)

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* ''VideoGame/TellMeWhy'' (Summer (August 27-September 10, 2020)


Their first work as a studio was the Creator/{{Capcom}}-published ''VideoGame/RememberMe'', a game set in future Paris and starring a memory hunter named Nilin. The game had a mixed-to-positive reception, and said reception combined with a lack of expected sales nearly torpedoed the young studio.

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Their first work as a studio was the Creator/{{Capcom}}-published ''VideoGame/RememberMe'', a game set in future Paris and starring that starred a memory hunter named Nilin. The game had a mixed-to-positive reception, and said reception combined with a lack of expected sales nearly torpedoed the young studio.



Their next game was the ActionRPG ''[[Videogame/Vampyr2018 Vampyr]]'' focusing on Jonathan E. Reid, a military surgeon turned vampire whose thirst for blood compels him to kill and feed on people.

Following that, they have an untitled project with Creator/BandaiNamco and a new Life Is Strange project, still with Creator/SquareEnix.

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Their next game was the ActionRPG ''[[Videogame/Vampyr2018 Vampyr]]'' focusing on Jonathan E. Reid, a military surgeon turned vampire whose thirst for blood compels him to kill and feed on people.

Following that,
people. Both ''Vampyr'' and ''Life Is Strange'' established the studio, and they've since partnered up with numerous other companies for different projects. The sudio has developed something of a reputation for narrative-driven adventure games, a reputation they have an untitled project with Creator/BandaiNamco and a new Life Is Strange project, still with Creator/SquareEnix.
seem quite happy to keep.



* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange2'' (September 27, 2018)

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* ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange2'' (September 27, 2018)2018-December 3rd, 2019)


* ''VideoGame/TellMeWhy'' (TBA)

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* ''VideoGame/TellMeWhy'' (TBA)(Summer 2020)


* ''Videogame/{{Vampyr 2018}}'' (June 5, 2018)

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* ''Videogame/{{Vampyr 2018}}'' ''Videogame/{{Vampyr|2018}}'' (June 5, 2018)



* ''Twin Mirror'' (2019)

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* ''Twin Mirror'' (2019)''VideoGame/TwinMirror'' (2020)
* ''VideoGame/TellMeWhy'' (TBA)


* ''Life is Strange 2'' (September 27, 2018)

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* ''Life is Strange 2'' ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange2'' (September 27, 2018)


* ''The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit'' (June 26, 2018)

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* ''The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit'' ''VideoGame/TheAwesomeAdventuresOfCaptainSpirit'' (June 26, 2018)


* ''The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit'' (2018)

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* ''The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit'' (2018)(June 26, 2018)
* ''Life is Strange 2'' (September 27, 2018)



* ''Life is Strange 2'' (TBA)


* ''Life is Strange 2'' (2018)

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* ''Life is Strange 2'' ''The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit'' (2018)


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* ''Twin Mirror'' (2019)


Their first work as a studio was the Creator/{{Capcom}}-published ''VideoGame/RememberMe'', a game set in future Paris and starring a memory hunter named Nilin. The game had a mixed-to-positive reception, and said reception combined with a lack of expected sales nearly torpedoed the young studio. Fortunately, Creator/SquareEnix stepped up to help publish and finance their next game, which was a bit of a different title: the award-winning, universally-acclaimed sleeper hit ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'', an episodic adventure game about a teenage girl named Max Caulfield who finds she has gained the ability to rewind time.

Their next game is an ActionRPG called ''[[Videogame/Vampyr2018 Vampyr]]'' focusing on Jonathan E. Reid, a military surgeon turned vampire whose thirst for blood compels him to kill and feed on people. It was set to release in November 2017, but has been delayed into 2018.

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Their first work as a studio was the Creator/{{Capcom}}-published ''VideoGame/RememberMe'', a game set in future Paris and starring a memory hunter named Nilin. The game had a mixed-to-positive reception, and said reception combined with a lack of expected sales nearly torpedoed the young studio. studio.

Fortunately, Creator/SquareEnix stepped up to help publish and finance their next game, which was a bit of a different title: the award-winning, universally-acclaimed sleeper hit ''VideoGame/LifeIsStrange'', an episodic adventure game about a teenage girl named Max Caulfield who finds she has gained the ability to rewind time.

Their next game is an was the ActionRPG called ''[[Videogame/Vampyr2018 Vampyr]]'' focusing on Jonathan E. Reid, a military surgeon turned vampire whose thirst for blood compels him to kill and feed on people. It was set to release in November 2017, but has been delayed into 2018.
people.


* ''Videogame/{{Vampyr 2018}}'' (Spring 2018)

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* ''Videogame/{{Vampyr 2018}}'' (Spring (June 5, 2018)


Their next game is an ActionRPG called ''[[Videogame/Vampyr2018 Vampyr]]'' focusing on Jonathan E. Reid, a military surgeon turned vampire whose thirst for blood compels him to kill and feed on people.. It is set to release in November 2017.

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Their next game is an ActionRPG called ''[[Videogame/Vampyr2018 Vampyr]]'' focusing on Jonathan E. Reid, a military surgeon turned vampire whose thirst for blood compels him to kill and feed on people.. people. It is was set to release in November 2017.
2017, but has been delayed into 2018.

Following that, they have an untitled project with Creator/BandaiNamco and a new Life Is Strange project, still with Creator/SquareEnix.

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