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Celebrated adventure game and “walking simulator” What Remains of Edith Finch is the next regular free offering from the Epic Games Store. The game from developer Giant Sparrow originally released in 2017 and was highly praised for its combined narrative and gameplay. The creator-focused Epic Games Store launched in December, offering 88 percent revenue to
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To help kick off Winter of Arcade last week, A44 and Annapurna Interactive finally released their Souls-like game Ashen for PC and Xbox One. As with most new Xbox One titles, Ashen features some notable enhancements when played on an Xbox One X. In a new article posted on Xbox Wire today, Character & Animation Lead
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The Fullbright Company truly made a name for itself with the release of Gone Home in 2013. The title, one that would inspire countless first-person experience (or “walking simulator”) games, hit at a rare point of the industry. Both genre-bending and offering a unique setting that hit close to home for the average PC gamer, it
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Last week, Annapurna Interactive surprised and excited tons of fans when they announced that they would be creating a port of The Fullbright Company’s critically acclaimed game Gone Home and that it would be hitting on August 23, 2018. Unfortunately, it seems like that’s no longer the case, as the publisher has revealed that the port has
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Five years ago today, Gone Home was released on PC by the then-fledgling indie developer The Fullbright Company. It took the gaming scene by storm, receiving great reviews from critics and helping trailblaze the somewhat divisive adventure game niche of “walking simulators.” To celebrate this anniversary, The Fullbright Company and Annapurna Interactive have partnered to announce that
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Coming from the lead designer of Monument Valley, Ken Wong, the upcoming indie game Florence will bring players into the world of a young woman as she experiences the ups and downs of love and luckily, the game’s release date happens to coincide with its theme perfectly. Developer Mountains has announced that Florence — which is the studio’s
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