Vampyr, the new Action-RPG from acclaimed game-development studio DontNod, explores protagonist Jonathan Reid’s moral plight in the E3 trailer. Set in London, 1918, Vampyr promises to offer a unique and deeply immersive experience with a strong and engaging narrative steeped in vampire mythology. The E3 trailer unveiled today introduces the nightmare your hero must live every day now he has become a real monster. You play as a veteran of World War I, Doctor Jonathan Reid as he tries to come to terms with his transition, and the hunger that drives him to kill. Vampyr includes a unique level-up system … Continue reading E3 2016: Vampyr Trailer Depicts the Nightmare of its Hero→
Riding the wave of success from Life is Strange, developer, Dontnod Entertainment has revealed screenshots of its new title, Vampyr.
It couldn’t be further away from the sunset drenched coastline of Life is Strange. Vampyr takes place in the dark, grimy streets of London, at the turn of the last century. The city has been devastated by World War I and the Spanish Flu, making it the perfect feeding ground for vampires.
You play as a vampire in this horror RPG, which lets you decide who you feed on. The only catch is that every character you kill has some impact on the way the world events play out.
Expect combat, key narrative choices and an historically accurate setting. This is an ambitious take on vampires, which haven’t been tackled that much in games. And kudos to Dontnod for changing it up from one game to the next – from Remember Me to Life is Strange and now Vampyr, this team is showing some versatility.
Take a look at last year’s concept teaser and the new artwork:
After five amazing episodes, all the time-traveling drama comes down to the final few choices. Come see the ending, and a few different possibilities, as we come screaming into the end of the line for Life is Strange. Who will live? Who will die? It all ends now.
Following the release of the final episode of LIFE IS STRANGE, we’re excited to announce that DONTNOD’s award-winning episodic series will be getting a boxed Limited Edition release on January 19th 2016 in the US and January 22nd 2016 in PAL territories. “The response to Life is Strange really has blown us away,” explained Luc Baghadoust, producer at DONTNOD Entertainment, “to be able to share that experience with our fans in a traditional boxed format is something we’re really excited about and the decision to include the extra items for the Limited Edition is a direct response to fan requests.” … Continue reading Life is Strange Director’s Cut Scheduled For 2016→
In Life is Strange Episode 5: Polarized, Max has been drugged and trapped inside the dark room, with only her time manipulation powers to save her. Can she find a way out in time, and finally put this mystery to bed?
This week we should see the release of Episode 5 of the episodic Life is Strange. But before that, we wrap up the creepy and cool Episode 4: Dark Room with a stylish Let’s Play that has everything: teen angst, a wild pool party and a mysterious killer. What better way to say farewell to summer?
After a long and exhaustive search through both the physical world and time itself, Chella has finally located the creepy bunker from Life is Strange that we all knew was there. Question is, did she really want to find this?