The Shipwrecked Man and the SeaCeleste was one of the most critically-praised Switch releases of last year, combining super-hard platforming action with an interesting storyline and a wealth of accessability options to make sure everyone playing it would be able to see the end, even if they sucked big time.So it's little surprise that developer Matt Makes Games is producing some DLC for it, though here's a nice tweak to that - it's going to be absolutely free. For everyone. No matter what platform. Hooray!According to Matt himself, it'll be on continuous chapter, so there's no extra-tough B-sides to play through - nor will there be collectible strawberries available. That said, it is considered even harder than the game's current hardest levels, and will feature new items and mechanics to play around with, so hardcore fans will surely love it.Some Celeste DLC Chapter details:-It won't be ready for the anniversary on Jan 25th, sorry!-It's all one continuous chapter, no B-Side-It's after the current hardest levels in difficulty-No strawberries-There are some new items/mechanics-Free on all platforms— Matt Thorson ?? (@MattThorson) January 12, 2019 But here's the bad news - it won't be out in time for the game's anniversary on January 25th. Matt hasn't provided a release date yet, but basically, don't go expecting it until next month at the very least.Still, free DLC is nothing to be sniffed at, and if you've already bested every level and are itching for more, harder action, this is sure to ease your pains. Personally, I've not played Celeste yet, though I've heard nothing but praise for it so I'll be sure to check it out and "git gud" before the DLC hits.You can grab Celeste on Switch right now for £17.99/$19.99, though it has been known to go on sale from time to time if that's a bit out of your price range. We'll let you know when the DLC has an actual release date, and hopefully have some thoughts on how hard it really is and how many Joy-Cons we broke in the process of beating it.Bidding them find their sepulchres in mud;
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In a rather surprising turn of events, the fourth entry in Ruggero Deodato's Cannibal film series was announced today – and it's not a film at all. Nope, it'll instead be a narrative-focused adventure game from developer Fantastico Studio."Experimenting is one of the things that I consider most fundamental in this field. What really interests me is to test myself, try something new. Maybe that's also why I waited so long to return to the world of the jungle and cannibals", says Deodato.Watch out, the Cannibals are coming back. The fourth chapter of "Cannibal Holocaust" by Deodato will be a video game! ????More info: https://t.co/mgCeYALHP4#indiegame #gamedev #indiedev #Cannibal #cannibalholocaust #ruggerodeodato #indiehour #HorrorMovies #IndieDevWorldOrder pic.twitter.com/eFKTqI1N3u— Fantastico Studio (@fantasticodev) April 8, 2020Released all the way back in 1985, Cut and Run was the third, and previously final, entry in the series. But that's not the one that most folks remember, no sir, it's 1980's Cannibal Holocaust that still draws by far the most attention."Problematic" doesn't even begin to cover some of its content, which includes, but is by no means limited to: unstimulated animal cruelty, graphic sexual violence, and – of course – many grisly scenes of cannibalism. It drew harsh criticism on release due to some believing it to be an authentic snuff film. I would strongly advise you check out the full, genuinely baffling story behind its creation and backlash if you can.It's a pretty repugnant film, all told, but its influence on many modern horror flicks is undeniable. There's even a visual reference to its infamous impaling scene in Kong: Skull Island, just to give you an idea of how far-reaching a film it proved to be.An older horror director trying their hand at making a game is a strange, but hardly unprecedented, move. Most recently, we've seen horror legend Dario Argento attach his name to the Kickstarter-funded thriller, Dreadful Bond.Not a great deal has been revealed about the rather uncreatively-named Cannibal itself, but we do know that it sees you playing as several different characters. Bit by bit, you'll reveal the series of events that led them to their hellish expedition in the jungles of Borneo. Deodato is credited as the director and writer. Cannibal is set to launch for PC, consoles, and mobile in November.Searching for more decent narrative adventures? Here are some of the best for iPhone and Android
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