Monday, March 31, 2014
Friday, March 14, 2014
The Revolution team has stated that it looks like they will be able to reach their quarter one 2014 release date window for the Windows, OS X, and Linux release (meaning the game should be out by the end of March), so there's not long to go before the game is complete on computer systems. The mobile versions of Episode II will come at some point after the computer releases, but no release date has yet been set for those platforms.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
It is now out for most announced platforms. PlayStation Vita will get episode 1 and 2 at the end of March. Both The Walking Dead Season One and Two are scheduled to come out for Ouya, but there is no word yet on a release date for either game on that platform.
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Two new adventure games co-developed by Gene Mocsy, the co-writer of Ghost Pirates of Vooju Island, have been released today!
The first release is 1954: Alcatraz, the first game by Gene Mocsy's studio Irresponsible Games (and co-developed by German adventure game developer Daedalic). The game has two lead characters, a man who must escape Alcatraz prison in 1954, and his wife, who is trying to avoid gangsters who are after the money that her husband stole. The game has multiple solutions to puzzles, which will affect the characters in different ways. 1954: Alcatraz is out now on GOG.com (currently discounted at $2 off it's usual $19.99 price tag), and will also be released in a few hours on Steam.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
The game will have two player characters: a man who attempts to escape from Alcatraz prison, and his wife who is trying to avoid gangsters who are seeking the money that her husband stole from an armored truck. The puzzles will have multiple solutions, which will lead to different consequences for the characters. If this sounds interesting to you, check out this interview from December that GamingLives conducted with Gene Mocsy to find out more about this intriguing sounding adventure game.
They have also stated that they intend to release some teaser tracks of music from Perils of Man from composer Paul Shapera soon, and hint at a possible full soundtrack album release. To see some of his previous work, you can check out his bandcamp page here.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
It will be released soon for PSN for PlayStation 3 in Europe and at the end of March on the PlayStation Store for PlayStation Vita.