Showing posts with label Daedalic Entertainment. Show all posts
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Thursday, June 25, 2020

AER: Memories of Old and Stranger Things 3 Free on Epic Store Now

Epic Games Store offers PC version of AER: Memories of Old and Stranger Things 3: The Game in free giveaway game of this week.

Though season of freebie AAA-titles are now gone for this year, Epic Games still has plans to offer new and exciting games on PC platform each week throughout rest of 2020 via their digital distribution outlet Epic Games Store.

Promised to giveaway two free titles, AER: Memories of Old and Stranger Things 3: The Game has become available to claim for free on Epic Store, which anyone can claim with an account before  July 2, 8:00 AM PT/10:00 AM EDT.

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AER: Memories of Old and Stranger Things 3 Free on Epic Store Now

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An adventure game that is solely focused on discovery and exploration, AER: Memories of Old from developer Forgotten Key and publisher Daedalic Entertainment sends you on a journey in a gorgeous sandbox world to meet your destiny.

An isometric co-op action game, Stranger Things 3: The Game by developer/publisher BonusXP is an official companion tie-in that reflects on similar events from Season 3 of Netflix original series Stranger Things in 16-bit retro art style.

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Twelve familiar faces from Hawkins, Indiana become playable for in solo or co-op gameplay mode. Aside from following a narrative-driven adventure, players have some side chores to take care of and some challenging boss battles.

For next week, Epic Games has already announced to giveaway 2018 online survival game Conan Exiles from Funcom and award-winning, colorful puzzle-adventure title Hue by Fiddle Sticks, arriving at Epic Store on July 2, 2020.

Monday, May 4, 2020

Lord of The Rings: Gollum Reveals First Screenshots

Daedalic Entertainment reveals new screenshots for upcoming Lord of The Rings: Gollum, featuring its creepy protagonist.

Based on fantasy universe of J.R.R Tolkien, a narrative-focused stealth adventure game titled Lord of The Rings: Gollum was announced last year by developer Daedalic Entertainment to release in 2021 for next-gen consoles.

Today, a series of newly revealed screenshot by Daedalic offers first-look at their take on titular wretched creature on social media and LoTR: Gollum is currently scheduled to arrive next year for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

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Lord of The Rings: Gollum Reveals First Screenshots

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Gollum is best known for his iconic portrayal from The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings film franchises by renowned English actor Andy Serkis (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Star Wars: The Force Awakens) through performance capture.

Although dev team has initially promised not to make Gollum look much similar to its live-action movie interpretation by director Peter Jackson (King Kong, The Lovely Bones), much of his first appearance doesn't look any different.

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Latest batch of released images showcases cursed Sméagol protagonist and a dark world of Mordor.

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A fictional character that is constantly troubled with two of its different personalities, Gollum is not known for his physical prowess and will be fitting to employ elements of stealth through traversal over various settings of Middle-earth.

Some internal dialog options probably suggests of decision-making aspects that are very much likely to be a part of in-depth gameplay mechanics developed by Daedalic Entertainment to explore his conflicting Smeagol and Gollum psyche.

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A wide range of diverse locations such as Mount Doom and countryside of Rivendell are featured in recent screenshots. Enemy types like Orcs and monstrous Spiders are also bound to show up during cinematic and dark passages.

Lord of The Rings: Gollum will reportedly be set between events of The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings series trilogy that latest images clearly hints at, adding more unique story elements in Tolkien canon for a new generation of fans.

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Shadow Tactics Free on Epic Games Store Now

Epic Games Store is giving out free copy of Shadow Tactics for PC on tenth day of 12 days of free games giveaway.

Earlier this month, Epic Games announced a 12 days of free games giving on their digital storefront Epic Games Store over PC platform for anyone interested to get a new title each day until yearend alongside annual Holiday Sale of 2019.

Epic Store has brought real-time tactics game Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun from developer Mimimi Games and publisher Daedalic Entertainment to their lineup for freebie giveaway that will be available for another 24 hours.

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Shadow Tactics Free on Epic Games Store Now

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Players initially control a diverse group of remarkable warriors, all versed in a different skill to wage war against any force. Together, they are lead by samurai Oshiro Mugen to eradicate a sudden uprising of a warlord named Kage-sama.

Set in Edo period of Japan, Shadow Tactics is focused on stealth-based gameplay that borrows elements form popular series like Commandos and Desperados, where you pay attention to a number of key-factors to complete objectives.

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Aside from sneaking up on places for most part, sometime you need to let loose of your blade as well. Despite having some camera issues, the game does great storytelling and gives each character a solid back-story with proper lines.

It was pretty hard to guess what Epic Games Store had planned for today until it was revealed after some delay due to technical difficulties and given their teaser image for what comes next, it may likely be The Talos Principle for tomorrow.