If you’re anything like me, you might have spent the past week obsessing mine, Spiritual Successor of 2015 till morningIn the latest title from Supermassive Games, a group of summer camp counselors experience a scary night they’ll never forget, if they survive it.
In our review, Imogen said mine Thanks to its expert blending of “80s horror tropes, gallons of gore, and caustic humour,” choose-your-own-adventure is one of the most engrossing experiences in the genre. She is right. mine Many of us on PlayStation, Xbox and PC have experienced these horrors for ourselves. Although once, mine It was intended to be a Google Stadia exclusive.
We have to talk to David Arquette about this mine and Chris Hackett, the leader of his character camp. Take a look below.
According to Axis, mine and Squanch Games’ high on life Both were intended to be Google Stadia exclusives, with Google looking for ways to make the streaming service more attractive after experiencing disappointing subscription figures.
Before Stadia shutting down its first-party studio operations, Google was reportedly working on both mine And high on life at home. When operations were discontinued, both titles were purchased for specific third-party publishers. No game credits Google for being involved in production.
Supermassive Games and Google announced back in 2020 that they would be entering a partnership, but details of what exactly went into this partnership were not given. Given what we now know about mineOrigin of, this was probably the beginning of the development of the game.
Overall, it’s probably a win for us that these games didn’t end up on Stadia because streaming services have access to a fraction of the audience that now has access to these games. If you haven’t taken a trip to Hackett’s Mine yet, you totally should.