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DontNod Entertainment Delays Vampyr, Now Set For Spring 2018 Release

DontNod Entertainment Delays Vampyr, Now Set For Spring 2018 Release

The release date for DontNod Entertainment's Vampyr has been bumped to 2018, according to a press release sent out by the CEO of DontNod Entertainment, Oskar Guilbert. The forthcoming vampire role-playing...
DONTNOD ELEVEN's Space Pirate Shooter to Enter Closed Beta

DONTNOD ELEVEN’s Space Pirate Shooter to Enter Closed Beta

Fans of mostly flat online competitive shooters with far out characters and cartoonish graphics have cause to celebrate as DONTNOD ELEVEN invites players to take part in the closed beta for...
Life Is Strange Developers Announce New Game And Studio 1

Life Is Strange Developers Announce New Game And Studio

DONTNOD Entertainment, the folks who made the gripping indie hit Life is Strange, have announced they are working on a new project called BATTLECREW Space Pirates, a competitive multiplayer shooter. This isn't...
Life Is Strange Headed To The Mac App Store

Life Is Strange Headed To The Mac App Store

It's time to once again become an everyday hero, because Life is Strange is setting up for a storm of new players. Feral Interactive, known for porting Triple-A games to Mac and...
Dontnod Unlease First Vampyr Screens

Dontnod Unlease First Vampyr Screens

Dontnod Entertainment has been an exciting studio to follow. With Remember Me, they gave players a taste of what they could do with the story, and with Life if Strange they...
Life Is Strange Episode 5: Polarized (PS4) Review 3

Life Is Strange Episode 5: Polarized (PS4) Review

Life Is Strange’s previous episode was a bit disappointing. Although it was inevitable given the series’ secondary plot points, the story’s turn toward criminal drama showed that Dontnod Entertainment’s adventure is...
Life Is Strange Episode 4: Dark Room (PS4) Review 4

Life Is Strange Episode 4: Dark Room (PS4) Review

Dark Room, Life Is Strange’s penultimate episode, opens to the sun setting over a long row of beached whales. It’s an image meant to evoke the increasingly negative, unpredictable effects of...
Dontnod Tackles Deep Themes With a Purpose in Life is Strange - 2015-07-30 11:10:46

Dontnod Tackles Deep Themes With a Purpose in Life is Strange

On July 28th, Dontnod released the fourth installment of their teen drama, graphic adventure Life is Strange. For those who haven’t had a chance to play this rich, nostalgic game, the...
Life Is Strange Episode 3: Chaos Theory (PS4) Review 4

Life Is Strange Episode 3: Chaos Theory (PS4) Review

Chaos Theory, Life Is Strange’s third episode, starts in both literal and figurative darkness. After the events of the previous act, Max is left reeling, regardless of how the player’s choices...
Why Can Capcom Do What Telltale Can’t?

Why Can Capcom Do What Telltale Can’t?

A funny thing happened over the last few weeks. Capcom, a company known for making full size, retail games, tried their hand at making an episodic game. Surprisingly, they promised the...
Life Is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time (PS4) Review 2

Life Is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time (PS4) Review

Life Is Strange made a strong first impression with its debut episode. Developer Dontnod Entertainment’s take on a teenage girl trying her best to navigate both a tumultuous social life and...
We Need More Non-American Games - 2015-02-06 04:08:13

We Need More Non-American Games

This past week I played the first episode of Dontnod Entertainment’s Life Is Strange and Techland’s Dying Light. Both of these games were made by European developers—French and Polish respectively—but neither...