A narrative-focused game during which you work your way around the 1930’s American Dust Bowl, hearing and commerce stories, is come to consoles later this month. The game, that released on a laptop in 2018, is coming to Switch, PS4, and Xbox One on November 29.
The game’s release was declared by publisher Serenity Forge on Twitter. It’s now available to pre-order on Switch.
The game contains a guest look from Sting, struggled at launch, with creator Johnnemann Nordhagen publicly discussing the difficulties developer Dim Bulb Games faced following the game’s release.
“At the top of the day it’s astounding that a game that got this abundant attention from the press, that won awards, that had an all-star cast of writers and performers, that had an off-the-wall celebrity guest look unsuccessful this difficult,” Nordhagen wrote. Perhaps the game’s console releases will recoup a number of the prices of development.
We gave the sport a 6/10 in our original review, stating that “if the basic premise of gathering folk stories across a version of the 1930s.
America strongly appeals to you, then wherever the Water Tastes Like Wine is price a glance, but it’s probably not worth finishing”. Since its launch, the sport has been updated with Chinese-American tales.
The game also received a new launch trailer before its console release. The game, which contains a guest aspect from Sting, struggled at launch, with the creator Johnnemann Nordhagen publicly discussing the difficulties faced by developer Dim Bulb Games after the release of the game.
“At the end of the day it is surprising that a game that has attracted so much attention from the press, which has won awards, that has had a stellar cast of writers and performers, who has had a bizarre appearance as a celebrity guest harshly, “wrote Nordhagen.
Perhaps the console version of the game can recover some of the development costs.