Got some pretty cool news for you all today! Slated for release this summer for Xbox One and Playstation 4 is Wuppo: a 2D sidescroller from the minds of Knuist & Perzik. We reviewed this title last year on PC and it is easily one of the most charming and colorful games ever seen here at Player2Reviews. I’m glad console gamers will get a chance to travel across the world as the lazy and smart-alecky little Wum as he learns, grows, and saves the world from an ancient danger. You can check out the announcement trailer below
By richard jewell
Perception, a unique horror title from The Deep End Games, has finally landed an official release date. Coming May 30th to PC, Xbox One, and PS4, Perception tells the tale of Cassie, a blind woman who sets out to investigate a haunted house that she has visions of in her nightmares. The unique concept is being crafted by a crew that features talent that has worked on both the Bioshock series as well Deadspace, making the imminent release all the more exciting. Check out the trailer below and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for Perception's release later this month!
Stroboskop is back to explore the Saginaw Family Park once more. A sequel to the original Sylvio is on the way, bringing back the originals protagonist Julie Waters. This time around she is equipped with a camera in addition to her audio recorder. We recently reviewed Sylvio on Xbox One, and though it showed lots of promise, it was not without its faults. Will Sylvio 2 be able to capture the concept on a higher level? We will share more details as they come. For now, the title is slated for Fall of this year and set to land on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
By Edwin Velez
Great news for fans of the Syberia series, at long last, a new adventure awaits! Out now on Steam, Syberia 3 is also slated to be released on Xbox One and Playstation 4 next week: April 25th, 2017. Taking place after the events of the first two, players once again guide Kate Walker on another thrilling and immersive journey from master storyteller Benoit Sokal.
Kate Walker was first introduced to the gaming world back in September 2002 when the very first Syberia debuted on PC. It currently holds a Metacritic score of 82. The sequel, Syberia 2, was released a couple of years after in March 2004 and averaged a score of 80. Now that more than a decade has passed and we're finally getting the chance to play a new entry in the series, it's hard not to feel hyped about continuing her journey!
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By Richard Jewell
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