I Was a Teenage Exocolonist releases PlayStation launch trailer
The game I Was a Teenage Exocolonist blend deckbuilding, simulation, and more in the trailer for the new release.
I was a teenager Exocolonist The game, which is a narrative RPG featuring deckbuilding gameplay has revealed an all-new trailer for the launch showing combat with cards with side-scrolling and difficult decisions. The game is scheduled to launch on the two platforms of PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 next week on August 25.
You can see over the over-a-minute of footage from the latest trailer on the PlayStation YouTube channel:
The trailer offers a unique mixture of genres. It’s an interesting debut for indie game developers Northway Games. Named in honor of Colin Northway and Sarah Northway, traveling life partners who reside in Vancouver, Canada, the team has produced only some indie projects such as Deep Under the Sky.
I was a teenager Exocolonist’slaunch trailer features art and music that set the mood for a teenager-focused life simulator. It also is situated on an exoplanet planet where players are also required to discover and assist their colony to endure.
Your character was born on Earth’s very first colony ship, which is the form of a wormhole, which takes you to another. There will be at least ten years of gameplay where you have to learn new skills and make choices to survive and build relationships.
The players can also interact with their pets, and form connections. But the main difference is that you’re in the loop of time.
The card-fighting element of the game I was a Teenage Exocolonist appears to contain the same amount of density and imagination as any complete tabletop RPG. Furthermore, it appears to be evolving with time.
There are many statistics to improve and evolve, such as empathy, and many more. The game also showcases the card fights in the trailer for the announcement that was released this month in June on Northway Games’ YouTube channel here:
It’s difficult to find a balance between so many genres, as aiming for multiple audiences could cause disappointment for every one of them. The trailer however seems very hopeful.
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