GOG sends me an e-mail showcasing the latest games to launch on its platform that it thinks I might be interested in.
There were three this week that I would like to check out at some stage:
Don’t Escape: 4 Days to Survive
Following a bizarre cataclysmic event that cracked the moon in half, the Earth is struggling with the environmental fallout. Everything is already dead or dying… except you. Or so you think. Don’t Escape: 4 Days to Survive is a post-apocalyptic thriller from veteran developer Scriptwelder, creator of the popular horror series Deep Sleep and Don’t Escape. Players must figure out a way to properly fortify their home against each night’s new danger, as they learn the truth behind the apocalypse and search for a way to safety, if one exists.
(One day GOG embedding will work, and on that day I might switch the order of these links.)
WORLD OF HORROR
IN ALL CAPS.
The Old Gods are reawakening, clawing their way back into a world that’s spiraling into madness. In hospitals, abandoned classrooms, quiet apartments, and dark forests, strange appearances and unexplainable phenomena test the sanity of residents in Shiokawa, Japan. Is it chaotic retribution, or the machinations of beings beyond our comprehension?
The friends of Ringo Ishikawa
A highschool gang leader Ringo Ishikawa trying to live through his last autumn before graduation. With his best friends.
You should play it if:
- You’re fond of good stories with strong dialogues (especially about growing up)
- You’re a fight games enthusiast (you’ll get your hands on some unique brawl mechanic and I promise you’ll be satisfied)
- You’re into some yakuza-delinquent aesthetics