Posts Tagged ‘Mulaka’

Unknown Pleasures: A doughty dozen new Steam games

If you don't immediately try to kill all the friendly NPCs, you're doing it wrong.

We’re back!

Unknown Pleasures has been on unplanned hiatus as I have been grotesquely ill. The lack of communication or cover was entirely my fault, and I apologise for that unreservedly (and extend further thanks to the Hivemind for their extraordinary patience). I’m sorry.

Wait, hang on, Adam’s leaving. I can blame him! It was Adam, everyone! Shake your indignant fists.

There’s a bumper of 12 games this week, and then we’ll be back to normal. So, assaulting our ailing bodies this week: third party candidates, pugilistic ducks, and a JRPG that wait where are you going no come on, be fair.

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Native Mexican myth and legend come alive in Mulaka

Mulaka

We live in a world rich in stories. Countless legends and myths just begging to be retold, and yet games so often fall back on tried-and-tested sci-fi and fantasy tropes. Little grey aliens, Klingons, Goblins and Orcs are so prevalent that anything truly unfamiliar feels like a breath of fresh air.

Mulaka, an upcoming action-adventure by studio Lienzo stands out from the crowd. Breaking from fantasy tradition, it’s based around the myths and legends told of and surrounding the Tarahumara tribe of Northern Mexico, and it’s due for release in just two weeks.

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