Showing posts with label Journey. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Journey. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Journey Out On iOS

Award-winning indie game Journey from Thatgamecompany gets a surprise iOS release on App Store today.

Originally released for PlayStation 3 back in 2012, indie adventure game Journey by developer Thatgamecompany was later ported to PlayStation 4 on 2015 and then for PC platform in 2019 as an Epic Games Store-exclusive title.

Right out of the blue, this award-winning game has seen a surprise iOS launch today and those who want to relieve that same great experience once again on their iPad and iPhone can purchase it for only $4.99 on App Store.

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Journey Out On iOS

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Developers have partnered up with Annapurna Interactive and Santa Monica Studio to bring the game to mobile audience. It was praised by critics and players alike for minimalistic design with gorgeous visuals and excellent musical score.

Journey lets player to assume the role of a traveler roaming through a vast desert and his quest to discover ruins of an ancient world buried within deep sands are entirely narrated by his gameplay actions to reach there.

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To celebrate successful iOS release of one of the best game ever made, a brand-new launch trailer is released.




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Exploring through sands is easier than ever with touch-responsive controls and an online multiplayer mode let you meet with others. However, you can only meet them in-game to offer help and communicate using emotes.

If anyone has been wondering if there is any chance of the game seeing a Nintendo Switch port anytime soon, Annapurna has made it clear that their current plan is limited to iOS and PC platform but we can have some hope though.

Thursday, December 6, 2018

Epic Games Store Launch Lineup Revealed

A brand-new trailer featuring all the titles featured on Epic Games Store on launch is revealed at The Game Awards 2018.

For the majority of the year 2018, video game developer company Epic Games was in all sorts of news media for the immense success of their free-to-play battle royale game Fortnite Battle Royale that has become a major phenomenon.

It was only two days ago when they announced to start a digital distribution service, which seemingly will rival Valve Corporation's digital storefront Steam and now they have released a brand-new trailer to showcase their launch lineup.

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Epic Games Store Launch Lineup Revealed

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Let's take a look at the initial lineup of games featured at Epic Games Store during their launch in the following trailer.




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Aside from Fortnite wining over Best Ongoing Game and Best Multiplayer Game category, Epic Games took The Game Awards 2018 show to reveal upcoming titles they are bringing to their store from a renowned bunch of video game companies.

The store rolls in with jam-packed titles like Ashen, Darksiders III, Genesis Alpha One, Hades, Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek, Journey, Maneater, Outer Wilds, Rebel Galaxy Outlaw, Satisfactory, Subnautica, Super Meat Boy and World War Z.

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Epic Games Store Launch Lineup

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Renowned studios like Annapurna Interactive, Supergiant Games, Team17, THQ Nordic and Tripwire Interactive are joining up the march to give tough competition to other platforms in the market and to make a long-lasting impact at the same time.

To get into the already dense competition, they already announced staggering 88% sales revenue for publishers who want to launch their tiles with Epic Games Store and even promised to cover the royalty sales percentage for using Unreal Engine in game developing.

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To make the new marketplace more developer-friendly, Epic is introducing a revenue-sharing system Support-A-Creator, building a bridge between developers and content creators to allow them great access over how to market their product and present to audience.

As they already have a history of working on titles like Gears of War trilogy, Unreal Tournament and the over the top success of Fortnite, Epic has re-branded them in the industry with a strong backbone to enter the world of digital distribution business.

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Epic Games Store Upcoming Lineup

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In recent years, Valve has come under fire for their actions on lack of curation on the platform and Steam Direct program but still considered as a tycoon in the market. CD Projekt tried to venture the industry with their GOG distribution service but couldn't become a worthy rival in a decade.

Epic Games has their independent launcher like Activision and Bethesda, which acts as an extension for the store. The upcoming contest over the control of market share in 2019 will be fun to watch as we may witness a shift in power after all these years.