Though seemingly one-note, these games offered some unforgettable journeys.
Everybody's Gone to the Rapture developer outlines future game plans, along with teasing "something bigger".
Dan Pinchbeck says the studio won't be fully active "for the time being."
Other games like 11 bit Studios' Dreamtime and ELEX 2 also coming.
Retails for $19.99.
Sony to handle PC release, including Steam page management.
The game's port has leaked in an AMD Driver listing.
A long, slow walk in the park overshadows an otherwise stunning plot.
This is a teensy bit embarrassing...
Developer also confirms no physical release until the game "sells a large number of copies".
August is packed with some great games.
Where's everyone gone to, again?
We're getting more and more excited for this game's launch.
Creative director Dan Pinchbeck doesn't want you getting your Halo face on.
The game, once slated for PC release will now only be available on the PS4 this August.
New media for this game, finally.
The Chinese Room hard at work at getting the game out the door.
Yes, a PlayStation game focusing on storytelling.
Dan Pinchbeck outlines the work ahead for the PS4 exclusive.
'We have some fantastic stuff rolled into the game.'