Posts Tagged ‘playism’

Today In Real Game Names – REVOLVER360 RE:ACTOR

By Ben Barrett on October 26th, 2014.

Well, you’re not going to be unable to find it from googling, at least. REVOLVER360 RE:ACTOR, which I’m bowing to the capitalised stylisation of because it’s rad as hell, was brought to my attention by a comment in this weeks What Are You Playing? The ridiculosity of its name grabbed my interest, followed by its light-show visuals and thumping soundtrack. It’s a standard bullet-hellish blaster, with the neat gimmick of being able to rotate the world to dodge bullets and flank enemies. Available for a while, it’s just made the jump to Steam with the help of Playism, who seem to be the latest publisher cashing in on non-English indie games’ lack of exposure. There’s a demo available from developers Cross Eaglet’s Japanese website. Some thoughts on that and a trailer if you can angle yourself right.

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It Belongs On A PC: La Mulana Remake

By Adam Smith on July 16th, 2012.

La Mulana is many things: a homage to the MSX system, the Indiana Jones Metroidvania game I always wanted, fiendishly difficult, beautifully designed. Now that the enhanced Wiiware version finally has its PC release, available at Playism for $14.99, I’ve settled on a new description that should excite most of the people who have somehow failed to be excited already. La Mulana is Dark Souls as a retro platform game, requiring thought and care, and punishing the over-confident. Trailer below.

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