Try and try again
Spearhead Games is back with another adventure title after the supposedly decent success of the studio's last game, Stories: The Path of Destinies. The developer's second attempt is Omensight, which already has its predecessor beaten on the name alone. Omensight has a lot in common with Stories, but it feels like an evolution...
Gets a release date
Launching next month on the 15th May, Omensight's caught our attention with its promised mix of action and, er, murder-mystery. According to the press release, you play as a mythical warrior who seeks to reverse the end of the world. You'll meet a quirky cast of characters, get to know them, and try to uncover who's behind the...
Originally announced exclusively for PC in January, Spearhead Games’ enticing action-adventure title Omensight has today received a new narrative trailer that reveals it will be launching simultaneously on PlayStation 4 this summer. You may know the studio for having developed 2016's somewhat generically titled but rather decent...
The path of self-destruction
Don't let Stories: The Path of Destinies' incredibly generic sounding name put you off – this is a charming and rather unique PlayStation 4 indie that is, more often than not, very enjoyable to play. It's an action role-playing game of sorts in which you take on the role of Reynardo, an anthropomorphic fox with a...
Sly old fox
A while back, we posted a news article on a game called Stories: The Path of Destinies - then known as Stories: The Hidden Path - and declared that the project looked very promising. Featuring a roguish fox as its main character, fast flowing combat, and a vibrant world to explore, we've been keeping an eye out for this role-playing...
Nicely designed anthropomorphic characters, airships, role-playing game elements, and player choice combine to make Stories: The Hidden Path seem like a pretty intriguing PlayStation 4 title. It doesn't have a release window just yet, but with any luck, the game's first trailer will grab your interest. To be fair, the video doesn't...
Co-operative puzzler Tiny Brains remains one of the more intriguing titles launching alongside the PlayStation 4. The game, which makes extensive use of the DualShock 4's built in gimmickry, sees you play as four lab animals attempting to escape from a confounding research facility. Each of the four playable characters has a unique ability...
New ways to play
While much of the next generation discussion has revolved around resolution and horsepower over the past few days, it’s easy to forget that the PlayStation 4 has a few new gimmicks of its own. Many of those are embedded into the DualShock 4 controller, with the touchpad, light bar, and share button all bringing brand new...
We’re still very much in the honeymoon period following the announcement of the PlayStation 4. That means that even the dullest of videos have an added gloss, simply because it’s so exciting to see the applications of a new piece of hardware. Take this Tiny Brains demonstration, which showcases some uses of the DualShock 4...
Hitting current generation consoles first
Tiny Brains, the invention of ex-Assassin’s Creed III director Simon Darveau, is set to challenge the PlayStation 4 shortly after its release on the PlayStation 3 later this fall. The co-operative puzzler – which sees you assume the role of one of four rats, as you attempt to escape from a nefarious...
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