Annapurna and Simogo (Year Walk) reveal Sayonara Wild Hearts (Switch), out in 2019

Oct 30, 2017
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#57
A girl becomes a biker called “the fool”? Characters based on tarot cards? Can I head canon this into a Persona 5 side story starring Makoto? XD
 
Oct 27, 2017
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#58
Love the style of this, and the soundtrack.

Also, Stereo Lovers seem very Tegan and Sara-esque, both in look and sound. Wonder if they were an inspiration...
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#61
Looking back at last night's announcement trailers, this was my favorite one.

No idea what to expect gameplay-wise from this Pop-Persona motorbike game, but that trailer convinced me to be there day 1!
 
Oct 28, 2017
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#62
This is actually my favorite announcement as well. Year Walk is a supremely underrated gem, secretly one of the most influential horror games of the past few years.
 
Oct 26, 2017
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#63
Ok, I get it now: it's a pop music dreamscape runner/racer with tarot card elements.
Why didn't you say so in the first place?
Hopefully the genre isn't overcrowded by the time this releases.
 
Oct 31, 2017
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Greece
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This was insane, love that they started the show with this. If the MC and the rivals are based off of the Major Arcana, I really hope this means we will see a surprisingly deep game. 21 different stages is pretty hard to imagine considering the context of the game, but man imagine.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#69
Device 6 and Year Walk are two of my favorite iOS games, on any platform really. They dropped mobile because the economy didn’t fit their style of games (ie no F2P shenanigans) . Hopefully Switch (and other platforms) will.
 
Oct 27, 2017
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#72
Stylistically it looks like Persona 5 meets the Wicked + the Divine. And Simogo is awsome. I'll keep my eyes on this.
 

mazi

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Oct 27, 2017
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#73
Hopefully the genre isn't overcrowded by the time this releases.
lol

Unrelated but when the hell did Annapurna become a publisher? I thought they were a movie production house
they've been publishing a lot of great "artsy" indie games. the biggest ones i guess would be gorogoa, florence and donut county. they also licensed the sony game "flower" and published it on ios.

Device 6 and Year Walk are two of my favorite iOS games, on any platform really. They dropped mobile because the economy didn’t fit their style of games (ie no F2P shenanigans) . Hopefully Switch (and other platforms) will.
yeah, the mobile market was no longer a fit for their premium games, and they REALLY didn't like monetizing their games with mtx bullshit. moving to consoles was a great choice.