It took quite a while, but fans of the Nintendo 64 game Pokemon Snap finally got a sequel for the Switch last year. But now that they’ve played that, will there be another 20-year wait for the next photography game? You have to admit it’s a sparse genre.
2-22-2022 is a peculiarly numbered day, but what’s even more peculiar is that it took Monster Crown until this very day to reach every console. Yup…Studio Aurum’s Pokemon-inspired monster collecting game was not playable on Playstation or XBox consoles until now. It feels like we’ve been talking about it for a long time, but it’s no longer a PC or Switch exclusive. Fear not: every update that has been added to the other versions is part of the PS4 and XBox launch editions.
Last week we reported on a Zelda-inspired (Link to the Past in particular) adventure game called Airoheart. It’s being developed by the Australian indie team Pixel Heart Studios, and their 2020 Kickstarter campaign raised $28,492 Australian dollars, or $20,534 in US currency. Now, as the game barrels toward its intended release window, we’re hearing a lot more about it.
In 2020, the Australian indie team at Pixel Heart Studios announced their big project, a pixel-art adventure game in the Zelda tradition called Airoheart. They launched a Kickstarter campaign later that year and found success, taking in $28,492 Australian dollars, or $20,534 in US currency. It’s been quiet since then, but the campaign promised a March 2022 release, so we should be hearing something soon. Especially since they’ve now entered a deal with a publisher.
Studio Aurum has been slowly building up a Pokemon-inspired monster trading and battling game called Monster Crown over the last year. The game’s been available in Early Access form on Steam for a while, and now after forty (count ’em) updates, it’s almost complete. That means an official, graduated launch, and not just on Steam. Monster Crown is coming to consoles too! There will even be physical versions. Mark your calendars for October 12.
It happened about a month later than originally planned, but there is finally a physical edition of SOEDESCO’s survival horror game Monstrum. This is not a limited-time release that you have to purchase right away, but the game is critically praised enough that you might want to.
Monster Crown isn’t finished yet, but it’s getting there. The Pokemon-inspired monster trading and battling game just received its first content update, one of several planned as the game moves toward completion and graduation from Steam Early Access.
The survival horror game Monstrum was released digitally on consoles last May, and the PC before that. Publisher SOEDESCO promised a physical release would happen eventually, and it looks like they’ll keep that promise…it will be released physically on all consoles this September.
SOEDESCO promised, and…it came out on time. Monster Crown, the mon-collecting and battling game from developer Studio Aurum, is now on Steam Early Access — and it’s already a success, despite not even being complete yet. SOEDESCO says the game wound up selling more copies in its first 72 hours than it did during its entire crowdfunding campaign.
Game publisher SOEDESCO is preparing Kaze And The Wild Masks for mass release. A 2D platformer inspired by 90s mascot games, it’ll be released on Playstation 4, Nintendo Switch, XBox One and PC…and the console versions will have physical editions.
Publisher SOEDESCO and developer Studio Aurum are about to release the beta version of their mon-collecting and battling game, Monster Crown. It takes place on Crown Island, a community with a dark past.
Have you heard the story about the intrepid adventurer from the early 20th century who was searching for a supernatural treasure? No doubt many times. Adam’s Venture Origins, from Soedesco, is not the first time we’ve seen it in a video game either, but not all video games need to be totally original.