- READ MORE: ‘Death’s Door’ review: murderously good time
Previously only available on PC and Xbox, it’s a game that we described as “like Samuel Beckett meets Adventure Time, combining an abstract, tragic sensibility with juvenile humour and acid-tongued barbs.” Death’s Door offers an atmospheric mixture of great puzzles, exploration, and some challenging combat too.
You play a cute looking crow who also happens to be a reaper. He’s been tasked with the role of eliminating magical creatures who have dodged death. That means every time you come across a boss, they are depressed or scared to see you. Death’s Door might sound bleak, but it’s also very charming too – check out the trailer below to see what we mean.
A distinctly quirky affair, Death’s Door was previously only available for PC and Xbox, but it’s now making its way to more formats on November 23rd.
PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 owners can pre-order it now and instantly gain access to Acid Nerve’s previous title, Titan Souls, for free.
Similarly positively reviewed, Titan Souls draws inspiration from Dark Souls and The Legend of Zelda series. It’s a top-down action game where players have only one arrow and can take only one hit meaning it can be pretty tricky.
In other gaming news, New World‘s developers deny there is a currency crisis and says the economy is fine, despite players disputing this. While Amazon Game Studios say the market is working as intended, it has noticed a “downward trend” and notes it will “take action” if it continues.
New World has also just received update 1.0.4, which reintroduces the Outpost Rush game mode and fixes some of “the biggest issues” plaguing players in the MMO.