Remaining true to the vision laid out in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, a brand new action adventure will soon be on the cards, as Daedalic Entertainment confirm the development of The Lord of the Rings - Gollum.
Previously only confirmed for launch on PC, thanks to a new partnership between Spitfire Interactive and Daedalic Entertainment, Capes will now also be coming to console - Xbox, PlayStation and Switch.
The Dark Eye is one of the most popular role-playing universes out there, which makes the double helping of adventures set within the world of Aventuria an exciting prospect. That’s right, Daedalic Entertainment - the folks behind the Deponia series - have now launched their classic point-and-click adventures The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav and The Dark Eye: Memoria for Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch!
Looking for a new game on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch or PC, that’s both original and innovative? Then stop what you’re doing and get grooving alongside a dancing agent of Death in the latest game from Daedalic Entertainment and independent developer Kong Orange, Felix The Reaper.
Having escaped from a mental hospital in the point-and-click adventure Edna & Harvey: The Breakout back in 2008, the titular characters returned for a sequel in 2012's Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes. Now, some seven years later, the developers at Daedalic Entertainment have decided to bring one of these games to the console market. For whatever reason, they chose the sequel, but is Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes able to survive and thrive on its own, or is it lost without the original game to lay down the necessary foundations?
Without doubt, this is a game that takes the crown for one of the strangest monikers of 2019. A point and click adventure from Daedalic Entertainment that was first released on PC in 2012, it's the sequel to another wonderfully titled affair Edna & Harvey: The Breakout. But what is it? Well, it’s Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes on Xbox One.
The Deponia series had always been a point-and-click saga that eluded gamers who prefer the Microsoft brand of consoles, with only a solitary title reaching the Xbox One catalogue in recent years – the second instalment, Chaos on Deponia, oddly. Daedalic Entertainment, the developers and publishers behind these adventures, have decided to bundle the entire series together as the Deponia Collection for a release across all the major console platforms. Was it worth the wait to get the whole story at once, or will possessing the complete collection of four games feel somewhat like overkill?