Bigmoon Entertainment has released new trailers for two of their upcoming games: classical turn-based RPG Demons Age, and survival horror game Syndrome. The Demons Age trailer shows fresh gameplay and and gives a first introduction to the evil that looms over Moragon, and in the Syndrome trailer we get a first glimpse of the atrocities that will await players when they wake up from cryosleep aboard a ravaged starship later this year.
I had the opportunity to visit with the developer at gamescom last week and thought that Syndrome looked very good and that the AI seemed very intelligent. In addition, Demons Age seemed like a lot of fun. I would also like to note that it’s nice to see Bigmoon going from only developing for other publishers to also developing for themselves.
Here is the Demons Age gamescom 2016 trailer:
Demons Age is a brand new title that brings together the characteristics of a classic turn-based roleplaying game with modern graphics and a gripping atmosphere. Players will dive into the world of Moragon, which is being overrun by Demons after a period of relative quiet. It is up to them to travel the land and discover the relation between the Demon uprising and a mysterious sect that is trying to reawaken the mythical Lord of Darkness, Vazuhr. Demons Age takes console and PC gamers on a thrilling adventure in which you must find like-minded adventurers who will join your party to fight side by side against ancient evil forces and explore mysterious ruins. Demons Age is coming soon to launch on Playstation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Here are the Demons Age screens:
And, here is the Syndrome gamescom 2016 trailer:
Syndrome is a first person space survival horror game where the player awakens from a deep slumber to discover a bloodcurdling scene: most of the ship’s crew are dead, but not all. Weapons and ammunition are scarce, and players soon discover that making as little noise as possible is plays a vital part in dealing with the deformed monstrosities lurking in the shadows of the ship. Players will have to explore the ship in the hopes of uncovering the details of what caused the ship’s precarious situation and, more importantly, the secret to making it out alive.