The Coma: Recut
Developer: Devespresso Games
Publisher: Digerati Distribution
Available on: PS4 (reviewed), Xbox One, Steam, GOG
Price: $14.99 USD
For fans of: Claire: Extended Cut, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School
The Coma: Recut is a “definitive edition” re-release of the original game, The Coma: Cutting Class, from 2015, as well as the Korean horror title’s console debut. According to the press release, the original game’s animations, mechanics, cutscenes, and art have been updated, and the Recut version is available on PC as a free update for those of you who already own Cutting Class.
Having no prior knowledge of The Coma’s existence prior to its recent console release, I approached the 2D horror game with a general understanding of its gameplay and tone thanks to its PS4 launch trailer. The premise of being trapped inside of a high school, scouring every nook and cranny for useful items and puzzle solutions while avoiding a menacing stalker, immediately drew comparison to 2001’s White Day: A Labyrinth Named School (which I ultimately didn’t care for). However, its hand-drawn, almost comic book visual flair and 2D presentation caught my attention and I was willing to give it a fair shake.
Unfortunately, I left The Coma: Recut feeling equally unsatisfied. What exists here is a mostly forgettable horror experience that’s far more cumbersome than it is terrifying.
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It’s no secret that Friday the 13th: The Game had a rocky launch, mostly due to server issues. The folks at Illfonic and Gun Media would like to apologize to fans of the multiplayer/co-op hybrid in the absolute best way possible — by adding the NES version of Jason Voorhees as a playable skin.
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We all knew The Evil Within 2 was coming, but the game’s confirmation appears to have been leaked ahead of tomorrow’s Bethesda conference by a premature Reddit ad.
Though it’s since been pulled, numerous Reddit users have confirmed spotting the ad on their end and (of course) quickly grabbed screenshots for proof.
Full credit to Reddit user Dusk Golem and Wario64 on Twitter.
Kingdom Hearts III isn’t releasing anytime in the near future, but a brand new gameplay trailer showed up around 1:30 am EST. And boy does it look good.
…and here’s the same trailer with English subtitles that was uploaded shortly after. Thank you, Wario64!
It appears that we’ll receive another new trailer at D23 Expo 2017, on July 15th. According to this tweeted image, the upcoming trailer will showcase a brand new world.
And now we play the waiting game.
E3 2017 kicked off earlier today with EA’s self-hosted presentation, EA Play. Here we caught a glimpse of the company’s future as both a developer and publisher, from expected sports titles and Star Wars: Battlefront II, to smaller surprises like A Way Out.
How’d it go? Let’s find out.
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We’re less than a week away from arguably the biggest gaming event of the year. Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo will take the stage (more or less), along with a few third-party publishers, and reveal to the world their plans for the future.
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