Tales of Berseria, the latest addition to Bandai Namco’s long-running Tales of series of action-RPGs, now has a demo available to download via Steam (demo download button is just on the right).
Join Velvet and a crew of pirates as they take to the sea in an all-new adventure developed by the celebrated team behind the Tales of series. Veteran Tales of character designer Mutsumi Inomata has personally designed Velvet and famous Japanese animation studio, ufotable, returns to animate the game’s breathtaking cutscenes; delivering truly epic and emotional storytelling in their unique style. This adventure will have us travelling to the many islands that make up the sacred kingdom of Midgand to uncover the mysteries of the demon blight.
If you’re lucky enough to have played the previous Tales of Zestiria or the classic Tales of Symphonia (such a wonderful soundtrack also) you’ll know how much fun these anime action games can be and looking at the new trailer below – this one’s looking GOOD!
Performance wise things are also looking very good indeed with a GTX 1050 Gaming PC happily keeping things at 60FPS on max settings as we battle some angry snakewomen on the beach 🙂
AIRHEART is a new game just about to hit early access on Steam, an action game about a young woman who flies her airplane and catches skyfish among beautiful sky islands 🙂
The game continues on the story from “Cloud Chasers” in which Amelia was trying to reach the Above, a city residing on a giant flying island in the clouds where there is enough water for everybody. She travelled through the deserts with her father Francesco, dealing with all the dangers of the migration on their path. But that city called Granaria seems not as welcoming as she hoped it will be, instead she found a harsh society with a strong class system. After working as a child labourer in an airplane factory for years she works now as a part-time fisherman and part-time mechanic at a small corner-shop fixing airplanes 🙂
Blindflug Studios have setup a pretty fun little challenge with the chance to get your hands on (figuratively, it’s a download) the full game 🙂 And all you have to do is beat the boss in the free demo that’s available now, and then share your accomplishment via either a YouTube Channel or Stream (even if you don’t have one right now this is a great excuse to start one).
Once you’ve completed the challenge submit your gameplay here, it’s early access so now is the time to submit any suggestions for what you’d like to see in the game as well 🙂