This is a new piece of Ongoing Content™ here at No Escape, called No Escape From Anime! We’ll be kicking things off with a series rewatch of the 2013 hit from Studio Trigger, Kill la Kill!
Hyper Light Drifter for iOS has launched, and it’s a good mobile port so far.
Sky: Children of the Light was announced onstage at the September 2017 Apple Special Event as a title for the just-announced Apple TV 4K. Delays set the project back quite a ways, but now that it’s finally in our hands, what’s the deal with Sky: Children of the Light?
I imagine it must be incredibly difficult for any developer to port a game like Fez, which had complicated controls on consoles to begin with, to mobile.
OXENFREE is centered around a group of teenagers, loosely led by main protagonist Alex, who snuck onto — and are trying to get off of — a nearly-abandoned island that harbors a dark extradimensional secret. Its two main plot-forwarding devices: a portable transistor radio and complex dialogue trees.
When it comes to Destiny 2, I extremely do not like the Infinite Forest. I’m not a big fan of the planet Mercury in general, whether I’m playing Crucible, strikes, or the weekly Flashpoint. As of now, there are two exceptions, both temporary: the seasonal variations on the Infinite Forest, the Haunted Forest and the Verdant Forest.