Posts Tagged ‘Songbringer’

Best PC games of 2017


The calendar’s doors have been opened and the games inside have been eaten. But fear not, latecomer – we’ve reconstructed the list in this single post for easy re-consumption. Click on to discover the best games of 2017. Read the rest of this entry »

Songbringer combat patch tightens up the action

Pretty action-RPG Songbringer [official site] has tightened up the action a little in its first patch. John’s Songbringer review praised the game but I have seen a few folks grumbling about hitboxes and the feel of fights – fairly important for an action game. So huzzah, some hitboxes have been tightened, some moves have been sped up, and some inconsistencies have been ironed out. A good game has become better. Read the rest of this entry »

Wot I Think: Songbringer

I find Songbringer [official site] absolutely fascinating. It’s like the fragmented remains of a game, carefully discovered and pieced together as you play. A stunningly beautiful conflation of pixel graphics and intricately complex lighting effects, creating a fractured and intense look, presenting a combination of action RPG and rogue-ish exploration of a wonderfully detailed yet procedurally generated world. What you’re doing, why you’re doing it, how best to do it – that’s what I’m putting together the more I play. Here’s wot I think: Read the rest of this entry »

Songbringer uses letters to generate RPG worlds


Oh! Songbringer [official site] – a procedurally-generated RPG which was first announced/spoken of back in the mists of 2015 – is now almost finished and is due for release in this, the Year of the Mammoth. I wanted to flag it up primarily because I don’t tend to like pixel art and this has some lovely-looking pixel art/pixel art adjacent places! Read the rest of this entry »