Versus Evil | PS4Blog.net - Part 4
The first The Banner Saga game was funded on Kickstarter back in 2013. It was hugely successful on the platform, and it finally managed to be released on the PS4 last year. The money from the sales of the game funded the sequel, and then the developer went back to Kickstarter to fund the third part of the series. If you enjoy 2D tactical strategy RPGs with rich stories, then you are going to love The Banner Saga games! Want to know more? The read our The Banner Saga Complete Pack review!
Since we’re working on a review for Armikrog, the spiritual successor to The Neverhood, that goes live tomorrow, we got in touch with Mike Dietz from Pencil Test Studios to talk about the game’s development and release on PlayStation 4.
PS4Blog: Hi Mike! Good to have you with us. How are you doing?
Doing well, thanks for asking. Staying busy, as always. Maybe too busy, but having fun. How are you?
PS4B: Doing great, thanks for asking! After a funded Kickstarter campaign and over 3 years of hard work, Armikrog is now avaialble on PlayStation 4 and Wii U. What stands out for you about the last 3 years of your life as you created this highly anticipated game?
Publisher Versus Evil is putting the final touches for the relesae of The Banner Saga from Stoic on the PlayStation 4. You’ll be able to enjoy this game on Sony’s home console starting on January 12, 2016, so you better get ready because that’s only a few weeks away! We’ll be doing on a review for the game, so be sure to be back for that in early 2016! But for now we have some PlayStation 4 screens for you after the break.
Swordtales, and indie developer from Brazil, has partnered with Versus Evil to release Toren, a unique looking tale set in a fantasy world. Players can experience this game on Sony’s PlayStation 4 right now, and PS+ members can even get it with a 10% discount.