Tag: Daedalic Entertainment
News The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Is Still a Long Way Away on PS5, PS4
Not until late 2022
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum was one of the first games announced for the PlayStation 5 – it was later confirmed for the PS4 as well – but it’s still a long way away from release. The game – which is being co-published by Nacon and Daedalic Entertainment – got its feeble fingers on a few minutes of alpha footage...
News Here's Your First Look at The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Gameplay
As promised, the Future Games Show Spring Showcase has provided us with our first glimpse at The Lord of the Rings: Gollum in action. You can check it out above. Obviously, the trailer is very brief, but it gives us an idea of what to expect from the gameplay. Namely, we'll be doing a lot of crawling. Seriously, it looks like your typical...
News The Lord of the Rings: Gollum to Debut First Footage at Future Games Show Spring Showcase
What has it got in its nasty little pocketses?
The Future Games Show Spring Showcase is just around the corner. The event, which is scheduled in for 25th March, will apparently show off 40 games during its runtime. While most of the show is naturally under wraps, more details have emerged regarding the pre-show. This preliminary segment will be...
Mini Review Unrailed - Simple Train Survival Game Runs Out of Steam
Do the locomotion
Unrailed is a co-op survival game in which you must keep a train going for as long as possible. It's a novel twist on the genre that sees you and three other players protecting a locomotive rather than yourselves. It even has the usual trappings of survival games, such as procedural level generation and crafting, but it keeps it...
News The Lord of the Rings: Gollum PS5 Trailer Looks Better Than Screenshots
All round improvement
Remember back in May when The Lord of the Rings: Gollum debuted a whole host of PlayStation 5 screenshots and it didn't look very good? Daedelic Entertainment appears to be attempting to right that ship by giving us a first, proper glimpse of this next-gen project in action with a reveal trailer. It's very short and gives...
News Solve The Suicide of Rachel Foster on PS4 Next Week
That's probably not the jolliest headline you've ever read on Push Square, but then The Suicide of Rachel Foster is dealing with a pretty serious subject. This first-person, narrative thriller comes to PlayStation 4 next week on 26th August 2020, promising an intense "investigation, where melancholy and nostalgia meld into a...
News Unrailed Is a Co-Op Train Management Game Arriving on PS4 Next Month
At first glance, Unrailed looks like lots of other indie titles with its simplistic, blocky visuals. However, this game seems like a neat new spin on co-op play that has us intrigued. Up to four players, online or local, must work together to get their train from A to B, gathering resources to build more track and carefully planning ahead...
News The Lord of the Rings: Gollum PS5 Screenshots Are a Glimpse Into the Future
This really is the week that'll lift the lid off the next generation. Microsoft's Xbox Series X unveiling of third-party games will take place later this week on Thursday, but publisher Daedalic Entertainment has already beaten it to the punch. The Lord of the Rings: Gollum has been announced for PlayStation 5, arriving next year, and...
News PS5 Will Be Huge, Says Daedalic Entertainment
CEO is hyped for next-gen
PlayStation 5 is set to arrive towards the end of this year, and it's going to be pretty big. Now that we've seen the official logo and heard some information about the console, it's beginning to feel a little bit more real. Add to that the slow announcement of more PS5 games on the horizon, and it's all getting pretty...
News Yes, My Precious! The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Is a PS5 Game
It shouldn’t come as much of a shock, but German developer Daedalic Entertainment’s upcoming The Lord of the Rings: Gollum is a PlayStation 5 game. The title was quietly announced last year, with a 2021 release date attached. At the time, the organisation said that it would deploy on “all relevant console platforms”. Now, a new...
Review Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes - An Enjoyable Point and Click Adventure with a Dark Twist
Keep your eyes peeled
Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes is a follow up to 2008’s Edna & Harvey: The Breakout. Set in the same world as the original (not that you need to have played the first game to enjoy this one), Harvey’s New Eyes is a point and click adventure in the classic 2D style. Despite being a sequel to Edna & Harvey,...
News The Lord of the Rings: Gollum Sounds Like It'll Launch on PS5
It’s that time of the generation where we start hearing about next-gen titles, and The Lord of the Rings: Gollum certainly sounds like it’ll launch on the PlayStation 5. A new partnership between publisher Daedalic Entertainment and Middle-earth Enterprises, the narrative-driven action adventure will be the first of a long-running...
Out of your mind
The main character in sci-fi adventure title State of Mind is a bit of a dick. Award winning journalist he may be, but Richard Nolan is not a very likeable character at all. He cheats on his wife, struggles to connect with his son James, and has a dislike for technological advances that gives him a holier-than-thou attitude to those...
News State of Mind Brings the Concept of Transhumanism to PS4 Next Month
Complex storytelling arrives in August
Transhumanism is the theory that the human race can evolve beyond its current physical and mental limitations, and that belief is what developer Daedalic Entertainment is attempting to explore in its latest title, State of Mind, when it releases next month on 15th August. Pitched as a thriller set in...
Review AER: Memories of Old (PS4)
AER: Memories of Old is like the beautiful lovechild of Journey and The Legend of Zelda. It has the unmistakable indie whimsy of the former and takes clear inspiration from the latter. It's a simple but wonderful little experience, focusing on exploration, light puzzle elements, and relaxation. AER guides you through a broken yet peaceful...
Video Watch an Hour of Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun PS4 Gameplay
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun seems to be flying under the radar, despite us awarding it an outstanding 9/10 in our review. We figured that we’d live stream an hour of the Commandos-inspired samurai strategy game for you to enjoy – and you can catch the archive embedded above.
Review Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (PS4)
Tactical Samurai Action
PS2 Stealth classic Commandos 2: Men Of Courage was a unique title that's never really been matched on consoles since. The game had you take control of an elite squad of soldiers in World War II as they tackled clandestine missions behind enemy lines. It was a deeply satisfying and stripped down experience, far removed from...
News Enjoy the Silence in Brand New PS4 Puzzler from Daedalic Entertainment
Words are very unnecessary
All you ever wanted, all you ever needed was probably not another puzzler for your PlayStation 4 – but don't click that close tab button just yet, because Silence: The Whispered World 2 does sound intriguing. Inspired by adventure games of old, the forthcoming otherworldly foray promises to modernise the genre with some...