Hand-drawn adventure Forgotton Anne finally has a firm release date - it'll launch on 15th May for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, priced 15.49 on Steam, or 16 on console.

We first came across Forgotton Anne (yes, that's how it's spelled) at EGX last year, where it quietly sat as one of the stars of the show's indie section.

Its anime-inspired visuals first are perfect for its oddball setting, where its mix of light platforming, branching narrative choices and puzzles, suddenly has you fighting a scarf.

Forgotton Anne is set in a fantasy world of abandoned everyday items and anthropomorphic creatures - which feels suitably Miyazaki. I'm looking forward to playing more.

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