Shadowy stealth title Aragami will soon be getting a four-chapter expansion on PlayStation 4, developer Lince Works has announced. We reviewed the game back when it launched in 2016 and rather liked it, so this announcement comes as a nice surprise. The expansion, titled Aragami: Nightfall, is set prior to the events of the main game...
Already read our Aragami review? No? Well, click through here and check that out – we'll wait. All done? Okay, now you may be seeking some gameplay footage of Lince Works' stealth release. Fortunately, we've got you covered. Embedded above, you'll find 10 minutes captured directly from our PlayStation 4 – warts and all!
Aragami is a sight for sore eyes if you're a fan of the stealth genre. While we have incredible games integrating its conventions with Dishonored, Assassin's Creed, and even Wolfenstein: The New Order, they treat stealth gameplay as an equal alternative to action rather than the only realistic option. Seasoned game series like Metal...
Collector's edition also announced
Cool looking stealth-'em-up Aragami will be tip-toeing onto PlayStation 4 next month, developer Lince Works has announced. Surprisingly, the game won't just be available on the PlayStation Store - you'll be able to snag a physical copy if you want, and there's even a collector's edition up for grabs. The latter...
A stealth-'em-up with an attractive art style, Aragami was announced last month for PlayStation 4, and is due to launch later this year. Catching our eye with its debut gameplay trailer - which you can watch through here - we reckon that Barcelona based studio Lince Works could well be onto something. It's fortunate, then, that we've...
While, as fans of the franchise, we feel that Assassin's Creed has more than earned its break, there is something comforting about sneaking through an intricately rendered historical setting each Christmas. Fortunately, it looks like Aragami – an upcoming undercover adventure by Spanish indie Lince Works – may fill the void. The...
Glow in the dark
Tenchu started the path of old-school stealth action on the original PlayStation, which required you to use your innate ninja abilities to infiltrate your way to assassination targets. While the stealth genre is far from dead with titles such as Metal Gear Solid, Splinter Cell, and Hitman still running strong, al