Excerpt: It’s rare these days for a developer to start a new IP, let alone try out something that is actually new. Enter Folklore, the first game (as far as I know) that revolves around Celtic mythology. Interested? You should be!
Excerpt: The motion sensing capabilities of the SIXAXIS may or may not be inspired by the Wii remote, but either way does it really matter? We just buy consoles to play good games and rather than call Sony nasty names like copycat , you should too.
Excerpt: Originally believed to be a project related to the PSP title "Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner," details slowly but steadily surfaced about this PlayStation 3 project involving creative director Kouji "Cozy" Okada.
Excerpt: Let's just get one thing out of the way; this is probably the hardest video game I have ever had to review. Ever. Never before have I myself been so polarized about how I felt about a video game.
Summary: Folklore is a unique, dark fantasy adventure inspired by western fairy tales. Set in the mysterious town of Doolin, two strangers, Keats and Ellen, are drawn together to uncover a mysterious legend in a remote village that exists on the border between dreams and reality.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Art has many forms and shapes. Take paintings for example or a musical piece or even designer’s cloth, these are all different types of art in very different ways. Folklore takes a bit from each one of those things with such style.