Tag: Curve Digital

  • News Narcos: Rise of the Cartels' Tactical Take on the Netflix Show Comes to PS4 Next Month

    Turn-based action in Mexico

    Announced just over a month ago, Kuju Entertainment's take on the hit Netflix show Narcos already has a release date. Narcos: Rise of the Cartels brings tactical action to PlayStation 4 next month on 19th November. You'll be able to side with either the Medellin Cartel or the DEA across two campaigns that retell the...

  • News Narcos: Rise of the Cartels Brings the Hit Netflix TV Show to PS4

    Out later this year

    While one video game property is being translated into a TV show, namely The Witcher, another one is going in the opposite direction. Narcos, the popular TV show on Netflix is getting its own game on PlayStation 4. It's due out later this year, with an announcement trailer above to whet your appetite. Narcos: Rise of the Cartels...

  • Review American Fugitive - A Decent Reimagining of Classic Grand Theft Auto

    Bad boys

    Grand Theft Auto III was one of the PlayStation 2’s most important early releases -- fully realising the potential of its genre with an interactive 3D open world that took the world by storm upon its launch in late 2001. It was a landmark moment for video games, but it also represented a shift in design away from the top-down perspective...

  • News American Fugitive Lights Up News Channels in Launch Trailer

    Causing mayhem

    American Fugitive is out today on PS4, and to celebrate, developer Fallen Tree Games has released the game's launch trailer. Check it out above. The footage plays under a news channel-esque layer, detailing the sort of chaos you can cause in 1980s Redrock County. Our full review will be posted later today, and it's a fairly positive...

  • News For the King Is a Turn-Based Roguelite Adventure Launching on PS4 Today

    To battle

    You can always count on the PlayStation Blog to bring interesting little games to your attention. The website has highlighted For the King, a blocky, strategic RPG that lands on PlayStation 4 today. Check out the trailer to see it in action. It seems to blend together elements from various places; it's a turn-based roguelite with tactical...

  • Review Smoke and Sacrifice - Dark and Rueful Survival RPG

    Captivating amid chaos

    Solar Sail Games steps forward with a new open-world action RPG called Smoke and Sacrifice. Dark and repentant but aesthetically pleasing, Smoke and Sacrifice is more than just a survival game. In fact, it’s a story about the unabridged love of a mother and her child. As bleak as it may be, this world captivates you like no...

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    Review Beholder: Complete Edition

    Fight the system

    In a city governed by a totalitarian state, you play as Carl, one of the government's trusted members who, together with his wife and two children, relocate to a new tenancy. By order of the state, you’ve been tasked with spying on tenants to ensure that they're following the letter of the law, and you must punish those who...

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    Review Manual Samuel

    Handle with care

    Have you ever wondered what life would be like if you had to do everything manually? Blinking, breathing, walking: what if your body just decided it wouldn't do them automatically anymore. Well, in Manual Samuel you are tasked with keeping Samuel alive for a whole 24 hours by completing automatic bodily functions manually. You...

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    Review Dear Esther: Landmark Edition

    Oh dear oh dear

    The PlayStation 4 release of Dear Esther sits in a bit of an odd place. The game originally released in early 2012 on the PC and many players will have already experienced its spiritual successor, Everybody's Gone to the Rapture. This new version, dubbed the Landmark Edition, does include a few extras such as developer commentary but...

  • News Dear Esther Slow Walks to PS4 This Summer

    Yours truly

    Stunning indie explore-'em-up Dear Esther will sidle to the PlayStation 4 this summer, publishing house Curve Digital has announced. The game – originally developed by Everybody's Gone to the Rapture maker The Chinese Room – first put one foot in front of the other all the way back in 2012 on the PC. It went on to win a raft of...

  • Soapbox Why Action Henk and Broforce Have Me Hooked

    Sam Brooke is enamoured with March's PS4 indie arrivals

    I admit it – I have a big soft spot for indie games. Call me weird, but I can't get enough of these low-budget beauties because they're forced to innovate using the limited resources that they have and can create genius new mechanics, or simply refine existing systems to perfection. Anyway,...

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    Review Action Henk

    Henk on a second

    If we had a dollar for every platformer that's passed through the venerable doors of the Push Square Towers in the last few years, we probably wouldn't be writing about games on the Internet anymore. Instead, we'd be sitting on a private island somewhere, sipping on a liquid gold martini served to us in a solid gold martini goblet...

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    Review Pumped BMX +

    On yer bike

    Ah, the iconic BMX bike – made a cinematic icon in the '80s thanks to E.T. The Extra Terrestrial, BMX Bandits, and erm, well, let's just leave it there. Anyway, here's a game that loves the "art" of BMX riding and has been developed by actual "BMXers" – and having been a hit on mobile devices, it hops onto the PlayStation 4,...

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    Review Nova-111

    Super nova

    Having impressed at both PAX Prime and IndieCade back in 2014, Nova-111 has finally been released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita. The quirky turn-based adventure is a fantastic title to bury your head in; it excels in providing lots of easily digestible levels as well as an intuitive control system. Nova-111 puts you in...

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    Review The Swindle

    Robotic robbery

    It's a well-known fact that, back when Britain had an empire, you couldn't step into the foggy London night without occasionally tripping over the odd robot here and there. Every house and factory had a small army for protection, complete with complicated computers and pressure-sensitive mines. Like a pair of Queen Victoria's...

  • News Action Henk Will Be the Butt of All Jokes on PS4, PS3, Vita

    Hopefully it won't hit a bum note

    When you're a washed up 80s action movie star, there's only one way to reclaim fame: use your flabby ass. Ew, not like that – though we daresay it would do the job. No, we're thinking of Action Henk – the butt-sliding smash from RageSquid Games. In this irreverent indie – being ported to the PS4, PS3, and Vita...

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    Review Stealth Inc 2: A Game of Clones

    Patience test chamber

    Office politics can be a killer. As anybody who has ever had to share a tuna salad baguette with Gina from accounting will attest, we're all just one wrong word away from snapping. Usually that takes the guise of making off-hand comments about a 55-year-old's fascination with leopard skin underwear and tight skirts, but what if...

  • News Steal Yourself for The Swindle on PS4, PS3, and Vita

    Sony's systems bag fresh swag

    Dan Marshall's steampunk cybercrime caper The Swindle will be holding the PlayStation Store hostage later this year, Curve Digital has announced. The prolific publisher will be porting the indie adventure to the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Vita, though there's no word on whether it'll be cross-buy just yet...