Super Rare Games has their first Collector’s Edition for a Nintendo Switch game, so I got in touch with George Perkins to talk a bit about Earthlock. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Good morning! Thank you for joining us today. Could you please get us started by telling our readers a bit about yourself and you work?
Hello! I am George Perkins, and I am ‘Head of Doing Stuff’ at Indie Physical Publisher Super Rare Games. We work with teams all over the world to release a limited print, boxed edition of their Nintendo Switch games.
The giveaway for Earthlock is now over. And the random winners aaaaare…
The FREE GAME giveaway for Earthlock (PS4) is going smoothly… but if you want a chance to win a free copy of this game, then you better act fast!
Giveaways are free to enter, and you could win a …
Since this is a bigger release, the giveaway will be live for THREE WEEKS!
He gave it a 9 out of 10, and quoted it a “Excellent JRPG homage“!
Here’s an excerpt of our review:
Earthlock is by far a much better game now that it has been upgraded and revamped, giving us an excellent homage to the classic JRPG of the previous century we can play at home or on the go with ease. The game is much bigger now as well, with side quests to complete along with the main story you will greatly enjoy from start to finish. If you’re in the mood for playing a turn-based RPG, then you definitely need to get this one!
Now’s YOUR time to win a FREE US or EU PSN copy of Earthlock on the PlayStation 4!
The giveaway ends on May 16th, 2018 at midnight (PST).
We’re currently playing Earthlock on Nintendo Switch for our review, so we got in touch with Snowcastle Games to talk about its development as well as of the development of the rest of the trilogy.
PS4Blog: Hi! Thank you for taking the time to do this interview. Would you mind helping us get going by telling our readers a bit about yourself and your work?
Hi! Nikola here, one of the Game Designers on EARTHLOCK. Been part of Snowcastle since 2015 and have worked on a lot of different aspects of the project since then.
We’re a team of 10 here at the offices in Oslo, and an additional five spread throughout the world. Being a relatively small team of that size means wearing a lot of hats. My work at the office, therefore, entails design, marketing, PR, publishing, support, and QA, to name a few.