E for excellency
The debut title from developer ThroughLine Games, Forgotton Anne, has been lighting up industry conventions and expos around the world for the past couple of years now, as it attempts to create an experience that goes way beyond the simplicities of a standard 2D platformer. Equipped with an animated art style that has the potential...
Spellings, Studio Ghibli, and Final Fantasy VII
Forgotton Anne is only a few short weeks away from its anticipated release, and after getting some delightful hands on time at last year's Eurogamer Expo, we couldn't be more excited to play the final product. To learn more about the game, its development, and inspirations, we caught up with...
Certainly not forgotten
A lovely looking adventure title that really caught our eye last year, Forgotton Anne has a new trailer and a release date on PlayStation 4. And yes, you do spell it "forgotton". And yes, that does drive us up the wall. Anyway, the game's still looking suitably pretty, and the best news is that we don't have to wait too long...
More than meets the eye
You could say that the 2D platforming genre has become a little stale as a myriad of titles release every week hoping to replicate the experiences you remember from 20 years ago, but Forgotton Anne does things differently. A 2D side-scrolling platformer it is indeed, but with a stunning visual art style, surprising mechanics,...
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