It arrives with more than a visual hint of The Escapists about it, whilst a super cheap price point will allow many to take a little punt. Throw in a unique story, classic RPG-like adventuring and enough puzzles to keep the interest levels high, and the release of My Big Sister on Xbox One fast becomes one of intrigue.
Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, My Big Sister is the latest title to come from the Ratalaika Games stable, pushing us into the world of Luzia, a 12 year old who is attempting to ensure both herself, and her sister, Sombria, escape the clutches of a kidnapper and make it home.
Coming in at just a £5.99 price point, it could well be said that you are getting what you pay for with My Big Sister on Xbox One, but only by heading to the Xbox Store and initiating a full download will you be able to discover the secrets within. Running with a top-down pixel art visual style that brings The Escapists vibes, it’ll instantly appeal to many looking for some RPG styled adventure action – particularly if those same gamers are happy to spend time clearing puzzles and are ready to hunt down secrets.
Multiple endings will bring a smattering of replayability opportunities to the table as well, all as we get given the chance to discover exactly what has happened to both Luzia and Sombria in My Big Sister.
To get yourself involved, move on over to the Xbox Store, splash the measly cash amount required and kick back as your download worms its way in to your life. You’ll also find My Big Sister available on PS4 from now, with a Nintendo Switch release happening on the 10th May.
Meet Luzia, a sarcastic twelve-year-old with a playful sense of humor. If you believe what she says, My Big Sister is an RPG-like adventure game that is not about her but about her sister Sombria. My Big Sister is a game about Luzia and Sombria, two sisters who are trying to get back home after being kidnapped by strangers and Luzia takes it upon herself to ensure they both make it home. Across the game’s multiple chapters and played from a top-down perspective, in My Big Sister, players can expect to clear puzzles and find specific items should they wish to advance through the game’s story, but be sure to take your time. With plenty of secrets and multiple endings, you’ll have your work cut out for you to make sure you get the ending Luzia and Sombria deserve. Features: * Unique story * Adventure style gameplay * Top-down pixel artwork * Original Soundtrack