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We Will Soon Be Unfolding What A Tale Of Paper Has To Offer
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 9th of October 2020 - 07:00 PM ]
A Tale Of Paper The release for A Tale Of Paper is almost here with the final release date for A Tale Of Paper getting set for this month It is always nice to see smaller titles like A Tale Of Paper make it toward the finish line and that is what we have here now. That is, we have a release date for the game set down that will have players on the PS4 giving this interesting looking 3D Side-Scroller a go this month. When in this month? Well if things go as planned, we will be seeing A Tale Of Paper drop out there on October 21st for all of those pining for a new platforming style of game. Read More...
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Get Ready To Soon Take On A Tale Of Paper
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Tuesday, 21st of July 2020 - 07:00 PM ]
A Tale Of Paper A new indie project, A Tale Of Paper, is coming to the PS4 and it looks like A Tale Of Paper will tell a story from an interesting perspective It might sound odd at first, but no, A Tale Of Paper is not a new title about the wonders of paperwork and filing. It does sound like that would be the case but what we have here from Open House Games looks to be a new platforming title to entice us all in and take a look at the world from a different point of view. At the end of the day, A Tale Of Paper will be an exploration title with what looks to be some platforming elements for the PS4. It might be much more than that if we want to dig deeper, though, as it shows off a new way that a sentient piece of paper might look at the world. Read More...
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