The psychological horror title launches on September 14th worldwide, but Nightmare and Supporter Edition owners can play now.
Ad Infinitum emphasizes adventure and tragedy as much, if not more, than its myriad of horrors with above-average results.
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Hekate and Nacon's psychological horror game is due out for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC on September 14.
Teyon and Nacon's first person shooter is set to launch for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC in September.
It features "over 50 games" with eight world premieres and publishers like Thunderful Games, Raw Fury and Frontier Developments.
Daedalic Entertainment thanked players for their patience. "We sincerely hope these changes will help you enjoy The Lord of the Rings: Gollum."
Hekate's psychological horror title will see you play as a young German soldier haunted by the horrors of the First World War.
Players interested in registering for the closed beta, which will be on all platforms, can register for it on the Test Drive Unlimited Solar Crown official website.
The footage will be revealed in an upcoming 30-minute show, which will also have creative director Alain Jarniou in attendance.
Officially set to launch later this year, publisher Nacon has listed the open world racer for a 2024 launch in a recently-published fiscal document.
In the wake Gollum's disastrous launch, Daedalic Entertainment has announced that it will be focused on publishing going forward.
How did a game based on such a massive property turn out to be one of the worst releases in recent memory?
10 minutes of new gameplay footage have emerged for Teyon's upcoming first person shooter.
Daedalic Entertainment's recent The Lord of the Rings game has been universally panned, but it seems the studio isn't done with the property yet.
"We acknowledge and deeply regret that the game did not meet the expectations we set for ourselves or for our dedicated community," Daedalic Entertainment says.
Like Gollum’s war within, this stealth platformer struggles with its own identity while offering a thoughtful tale concerning the mind and travels of its protagonist.
The Lord of the Rings: Gollum producer Harald Riegler speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming action-adventure title.
Developer Daedalic Entertainment talks about bringing the iconic Gollum to life, and sheds light on how he's portrayed in the game.
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