The upcoming PS4 exclusive Everybody’s Gone to The Rapture is entering the final stretch of development towards its release on August 11th, and today developer The Chinese Room provided more info on the situation.
Can'r wait for this game.
This, and What Remains of Edith Finch. I love Mystery & Suspense with elements of puzzles in my games. The Witness is another title that interests me. After playing through the usual Action, Shooter & Sport games on PS4, it's nice to be able to turn to other genres. Good to see PS4 has really diverse titles (like its predecessors) going for it.
That is one of the things I have liked about Sony platforms since day one. Diversification. There was always something and in equal parts no matter my mood. There was never this public perception of "We have to expand our portfolio so we aren't seen as a one trick pony." It just simply was. Of course there is always planning but it never felt like that because it was practically in the DNA of the Sony ecosystem.
Newly joined N4G, so thanks for the pleasant reply Morganfell. I've always been attracted to PS for same reason as you. I'm planning on purchasing Xbox One at some stage. My ex-house mate picked up a launch X1 same time I got a PS4. He now lives with his Girlfriend, so I lost access to it. I notice MS are starting to diversify Xbox with some of the games announced @E3. Do you own a X1 as well as PS4, planning to get one, or no? I can't say I have a system preference, but I've yet to feel buyers remorse regarding any of the PS Consoles I've owned.
I was always a multiplatform owner. This is the first generation that I did not purchase an Xbox. After numerous issues last gen that I recounted in a recent post, I did not support MS this generation. The other fact influencing my choice was the decision by MS not to focus on core gamers, a move they began making at the end of the previous gen. And then of course their DRM attempt with the X1 that, were it successful, would have taken away more rights from gamers than any company to date. As a gamer I could not support such a manufacturer. I do own multiple PS4s (3) as well as a Vita and a PSTV. I also purchased a Wii U. And have a decent gaming PC and my Razer laptop, all loaded with Steam and GoG titles. More than enough to keep me busy.
Shh don't let the cat out the bag if it's not a yearly car game or a part 15 towards a space marine shooter it doesn't qualify has a aaa game or a console exclusive lot of people doesn't know this but when journey came out back on PS3 I see that little indie game move a lot of console you'll sweare it's a giant franchises like a metal gear or a uncharted
I'm dying to know more about this game.
It would be cool to see some sort of aging transition as cities become consumed by nature as you spend more and more time in the game, kind of like having some sort of dynamic nature effect in the world, thing become rusted and plants take over city infrastructure. But that's just me.
Interested in pricing. Under $15 I'm sold. Over $20 and I'm really unsure. I HATE spending $20 for a game I can sit down and play through in one sitting. This may or may not be like that, but I can't see it being longer then 4/5 hours max.
so what happens if its between 15-20 ?
I usually buy games during sales/flash sales. So no matter how "bad" they're. I wont regret getting them. And this game look like the type which go to a sale in less than a year.
be getting this no questions asked, like the setting and like the idea of the game.
This game looks very promising can't wait.
This game and the Vanishing of Ethan Carter are definitely on my list, I love games like these.
I am looking forward to this!
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