Still better than Hermes
Death Stranding may not be considered the instigator of a new genre just yet, but the earnest mailing simulators roll on. Lake, from developer Gamious, is a much more grounded attempt at replicating the career path. There are the usual letters and parcels to deliver, and you interact with actual humans instead of holograms...
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Plus six new game announcements
One of our most anticipated indie titles will be at the forefront of Whitethorn Digital's publisher presentation this weekend, which will also include six brand new game reveals. We're talking about Lake, of course — a game that has swept us off our feet since its unveiling with the promise of laidback mail delivery...
Gamious on its relaxing mail simulator
How inviting does that headline sound? In an age of smartphones, tablets, laptops, and game consoles that feel the need to stay up to date with the wider world and social media, it can be nice to disconnect and take some time for yourself. Lake, from Dutch developer Gamious, is attempting to replicate the...
We absolutely love the look of Lake, and this latest trailer only serves to heighten our excitement. This PlayStation 4 indie is all about taking a step back from the events around us and taking up the job of delivering the mail. It's perhaps an experience we could all do with right now, but Lake doesn't have a release date just yet...
Every so often, an independent title comes along and truly knocks our socks off. Recent examples of that include Valfaris and Return of the Obra Dinn, and the next PlayStation 4 game you can add to that list is Lake. From Dutch developer Gamious, this tranquil experience is confirmed to be coming to Sony's current-gen console at some...
It's September 1, 1986. You take on the role of forty-something Meredith Weiss, who returns from the big city to her quiet hometown. She exchanges her busy career at a software company to fill in for her dad, the local mail carrier.
During her two-week stay in beautiful Providence Oaks, Oregon, she runs into a few familiar faces as well as plenty of new folk. As Meredith, you get to decide who to talk to, who to befriend and perhaps even start a romantic relationship with.
Whatever happens, at the end of her stint she'll have to make up her mind: return to her demanding job in the big city, or stay in the town she grew up in?