World To The West
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She gave it a 8.5 out of 10, and quoted it a “very fun action RPG“!
Here’s an excerpt of her review:
World to the West is a lot of fun with plenty to do and a good variety of environments and characters to keep the game feeling fresh. The game’s music is nice with folk and orchestral scores, which greatly complement the experience. The nods from World to the West to old-school The Legend of Zelda entries is appreciated and it makes for a very entertaining release.
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World to the West is out today on PlayStation 4! Since we’re working on a review for this highly anticipated release, we got in touch with Rain Games to talk about the project and its road to the PlayStation 4.
PS4Blog: Welcome to PS4blog.net! Hope you’re having a great day. Would you please help us get this started properly by introducing yourself to our readers and telling them a bit about your work at Rain Games?
Hi! I’m Ole Ivar Rudi, art director at Rain Games. I do the character designs and help flesh out the universe in general, I also light and decorate the environments.
PS4B: The studio is getting ready to release World to the West on PlayStation 4. How would you describe the game?
World to the West is an informal top down adventure where you explore ruins of long forgotten civilizations, solve puzzles and deal with a bunch of creatures ranging from “cute” to “ferocious”. Teri the mindbender can mesmerize said creatures, controlling them to do her bidding, While strongman aristocrat Lord Clonington is happy to just fight everything in his way. Minor miner Knaus is small and weak, so he has to avoid trouble, while Teslamancer Lumina can use the power of lightning to teleport and fire jolts of electricity, much like the protagonist of our previous game, Teslagrad.
Norwegian developer Rain Games got in touch with us to announce they’ll be releasing World to the West on May 5 for PS4. You probably remember the studio for the very charming Teslagrad.
The game will be available either digitally (for $24,99/€24,99) or as a physical release thanks to Soedesco ($29,99/€29,99).