Cats Who Play today announced a new installment in the Fairy Tales series - Fairy Tales: Three Heroes, to be released on Xbox 360 and PC. The images themselves are from the PC version, and more info about the game can be found inside.
Quoting press release:
Here it comes! Cats Who Play is happy to introduce its 1st multiconsole title, Fairy Tales: Three Heroes is a Fighting Adventure with cartoon designed environment, easy to learn gameplay and lambent humor.
Play with three characters of famous epic stories, each of them has unique skills; a player controls one hero while two others accompany him. Any time the player can change for another hero and control him. You can improve the skills from level to level, and also provide the party with new weapons and equipment.
Every character attacks in different ways. Strikes are divided into simple and combined. If you manage to hit a particular bonus places it lets you to earn additional points to the force.
There are 4 different regions with different environment and different villains. Protect and punish, presenting feats of glory and courage.
@Sdarts: the only mark life is strange left on me is that of faked choice and how much i wanted to let Chloe die over and over and over again. lol (1 Hour ago)
@nostradamus: your PC must be complete shit if you're getting 1-5 fps on oxenfree. haha. (1 Hour ago)
at least it run like a bige pile of hunking crap. 1-5fps for such a shitty looking 2D game (even if the detailed zoom-in/out 2d arte is cool) vs a 30fps LiS. comparison by my gaming toaster. (5 Hours ago)
Oxenfree is made w/ Unity, by default its shit. (5 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: Love makes everything possible. :) (8 Hours ago)
@asdfg: No update since N:A launched on Steam. What was updated was Kaldaien's mod, which is a Steam user who made a mod/tool to fix resolution, framerate and other issues with the game. (8 Hours ago)
@KORNdog: Ironically, Oxenfree has far many more rarely used words than Life is Strange. Though the game is very good. Still, Life is Strange is eons better because it leaves a mark you never forget. (8 Hours ago)