Cornerstone: The Song Of Tyrim, which is being pitched by its devs as looking like Zelda but playing more like Dark Souls, has a demo out, so you can judge that particular blend of look and genre for yourself. Unfortunately, the demo crashed out for those of us from RPS who tried it, which seemed like a shame, because the game is filled the very brim with hot promise, as you can see in gameplay videos below.
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By Jim Rossignol on October 22nd, 2013.
By Jim Rossignol on September 4th, 2013.
Ascension Games send word of their forthcoming first title, a third-person action RPG with cartoony visuals called Cornerstone: The Song Of Tyrim – a fine pair of videos of which you can see below. I particularly like its cell-shaded isles, jutting up out of a bright blue sea. Lovely. The developers describe the combat in Cornerstone as a blend of DarkSouls and Wind Waker, and says that games in both series informed their approach to Cornerstone, with non-linear progression, worlds that reward exploration, and all items in the world being manipulable physics objects.
Impressive claims. There’s no date on it yet, but it’s been confirmed for Windows, Linux and OSX. Presumably another Unity game, then, eh?
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