Humble Indie Bundle 16 has launched and it's a good one. Pay what you want to receive Retro City Rampage DX, Outlast, and Never Alone with its Foxtales DLC. You'll even receive an 80 per cent discount on Outlast's Whistleblower DLC in the Humble Store.
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Alaskan adventure Never Alone will be expanded with a set of new levels later this month.
Foxtales will bring a new story and fresh set of powers for Never Alone's two characters Nuna and Fox.
The download will launch for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 28th July - release dates for other platforms have yet to be confirmed.
Native Alaskan folklore-based platformer Never Alone is coming to the European Wii U eShop on 9th July.
It just came out on Thursday, 25th June, in North America.
The European Wii U release date was spotted on the eShop by Nintendo Hall on Twitter. It will cost €14.99 (about Ģ11).
I approach life from a different perspective than most. I'm American Indian, and the fact that my culture and my people are moving closer to extinction all the time isn't something I often forget. As I grow, a fatalistic phrase has come to summarise my relationship with the modern American Indian experience.
"It is a good day to die."
It's a phrase often wrongly attributed to an old Sioux battle cry, and while it's loosely accurate, its true meaning has been forgotten. As my culture becomes increasingly diluted, it seems everything that we once were is steadily fading into obscurity. It can be far too easy to accept the death of hundreds of culturally rich histories.
The European release of Never Alone on PlayStation 4 has been delayed.
Native Alaskan folklore-based platformer Never Alone has received a gorgeous new trailer ahead of its release next week on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Originally developer Upper One Games announced a 4th November release date, but that clearly didn't happen. Now it's advertised for an 18th November release, which really means 19th November for Xbox One and European PSN users. It will cost $14.99 (about Ģ9).
Never Alone follows the story a girl named Nuna and her fox companion as they investigate the cause of an endless blizzard. It can be played either as a co-op game or as a single-player affair where you switch off between characters.
Adopting the long view - and in truth, what other view is there? - it took the Iņupiat people about a century to reach the conclusion that what they really needed was a video game. That's nothing, though, when you're dealing with these kinds of timescales. The game itself has taken millennia to come together.
Back in May I wrote about an intriguing folklore-based platforming adventure called Never Alone that's made by native Alaskan studio Upper One Games. Now that title has a release date of 4th November, when it will launch for PS4, Xbox One and PC for $14.99 (about Ģ9).
Published by media company E-Line as part of its "World Games" initiative to produce video games based around various indigenous cultures' history, Never Alone (or Kisima Ingitchuna as it's known in its native Iņupiat), follows the story of a young Iņupiaq girl named Nuna and her fox companion.
The gameplay will be of the puzzle platformer variety, but Upper One seeks to imbue Never Alone with stories, settings, imagery and characters specific to Iņupiat and other Alaska Native cultures.
Upper One Games, a studio comprised of native Alaskans, has revealed its upcoming PS4, Xbox One and PC game Never Alone.