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edited 25th Jan '17 10:22:44 AM by Psyclone
Didn't we already play that?
Maybe. But Spec Ops: The Line was based more on the book that inspired Apocalypse Now. It wasn't based on Apocalypse Now itself.
I kinda find this quoting hilarious because I feel that he should've added something like, "True, I and a lot of guys nearly went insane making said personal art picture, but hey, totally worth it."
We should probably just be thankful it's not another first-person shooter a la Call of Duty and wish the guys luck.
Valthirian Arc: Red Covenant - Academy for Heroes
Manage your own academy of warriors, complete missions, and become the hero of Valthiria! (PC)
Daymare: 1998, A terrifying old school Survival Horror game from the creators of Resident Evil and Invader Studios (Resident Evil 2 Fan Remake).
Here's a demo video.
Battle Princess Madelyn. A Ghost and Goblins style game.
Dragon Lore : Expedition of the mystic islands. Story-driven, turn-based tactical JRPG
Neil deGrasse Tyson Presents: Space Odyssey - The Video Game
JRPG Celestial Faith: Elythia's Curse A story-driven 2D JRPG inspired series. Discover a Fantasy world, based from bits of the Nordic Myth
edited 14th Jun '17 1:50:36 AM by MrTerrorist
So noticed just now nobody had commented on adaption of Pathfinder Kingmaker to crpg
Dark Devotion: A gloomy indie Roguelike - RPG
Basically, it's a 2D Dark Souls game.
"Faeland is a Metroidvania Action Adventure RPG indie game featuring pixel graphics coming soon to Kickstarter!"
edited 22nd Jan '18 1:44:49 PM by AnotherGuy
The Faeland Kickstarter is now live.
Monster Crown: A monster taming RPG hearkening back to 90's classics like Pokemon and Dragon Warrior Monsters.
edited 21st Apr '18 1:19:51 PM by Sivartis
It's a 3D action RPG starring a swordsgirl looking to redeem herself after a botched initiation.
They have a demo you can check out, and a video of early gameplay.
The art's real nice, too. They're looking to release it on PC, PS4, and Switch.
Edited by AzureSeas on Sep 5th 2018 at 8:58:40 AM
It's a Harem Comedy Visual Novel with some light RPG elements from the developers of The Letter, the demo for it has some good writing and there is partial voice acting from some decent names including Kira Buckland, Natalie Hoover, and Cynthia Cranz.
Drastic Games, a studio founded by Epic Games alumni, is developing Soundfall, a UE4-powered twin-stick shooter/dungeon crawler which heavily revolves around music.
You start out as Melody, a music lover who's transported to the world of Symphonia; here, music creates everything. But not all is good— the evil Discordians are invading and want nothing more than to rip the essence of music apart and destroy Symphonia. Melody must team up with new allies in order to stop the spread of Discord across the land.
Everything in Soundfall is about the music. The combat, the enemies you fight, the loot you grab, even the levels you run through are formed from the song you choose. No two songs are the same, and neither are the places they create in this game. Drastic also promises Soundfall focuses on story as much as it does music.
The game is well and truly funded, but it's in its last hours and needs a bit of a boost to reach its stretch goals. If Soundfall tickles your fancy, pledge now and turn it up!
Well shit, that sounds right up my alley!
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