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Galaxy of Pen And Paper +1 Edition Gets Physical!

August 31, 2021 |

Red Art Games got in touch to share it has partnered with Plug In Digital to release a physical version of Galaxy of Pen And Paper +1 Edition on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Come check it out!

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[Nintendo Switch] Astrologaster Review

April 28, 2021 |

Astrologaster from Nyamyam and Plug In Digital is a narrative-driven comedy game set in London in 1592. Learn more in our Astrologaster review!

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Astrologaster Out On Nintendo Switch

February 18, 2021 |

Quirky adventure Astrologaster from Nyamyam and Plug In Digital is ready to go on Nintendo Switch. Come check it out!

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[Beyond PlayStation] Out of Space: Couch Edition Review

January 11, 2021 |

Out of Space: Couch Edition is a colorful, hectic, and fun local co-op game about living together. Learn more in our Out of Space: Couch Edition review!

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[Beyond PlayStation] Alt-Frequencies Review

December 24, 2020 |

Alt-Frequencies from Accidental Queens and Plug In Digital is a narrative-driven audio mystery in which you must use the airwaves to open the world’s eyes to the truth. Learn more in our Alt-Frequencies review!

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[PS4Blog.net Interview] Flying Oak Games On ScourgeBringer

December 18, 2020 |

I had a lot of fun playing ScourgeBringer for our review, so I got in touch with Thomas Altenburger to talk a bit about the game. Come check it out!

PS4Blog: Hi Thomas! Thank you for joining us. How are you doing today?

Yo Antonio! Feeling great, thanks for having me.

PS4B: ScourgeBringer is out now on Nintendo Switch. How would you describe the game to someone who’s never heard about it?

ScourgeBringer is a fast-paced action platformer with a strong emphasis on the state of flow. We spent almost a year working on the game feel alone with the intent to make you feel powerful and in full control of your character at any time. It’s a very arcade-y game, with very immediate fun and a story that develops with little chitchat. Compared to other roguelites, it’s a more streamlined game, focused on the action and your skill rather than grinding items and permanent buffs.

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