We’ve seen some trailers for Call of Cthulhu in the past. The game comes from developer Cyanide Studios, and is inspired by the work of H.P. Lovecraft and, more specifically, the pen-and-paper RPG of the same name made by Chaosium.
In Call of Cthulhu, you play as a man investigating mysterious deaths in a place called Darkwater Island in the 1920s. For Gamescom 2018 a new gameplay preview video was released by publisher Focus Home Interactive, which you can find below along with much more info on the game.
Focus Home Interactive recently released a new “Depths of Madness” trailer for Call of Cthulhu, a video game inspired by the nightmarish world first created by H.P. Lovecraft.
The game is described as an “investigative RPG,” in which you play as a man looking into a strange death in 1920s Boston at a place called Darkwater Island. You can read more about Call of Cthulhu and watch the trailer below.
Another upcoming title that a trailer was released for during E3 2016, we have for you a trailer for a video game that’s based on a pen and paper role-playing game that’s based on the Cthulhu mythology crafted by H.P. Lovecraft and others.
The game is titled Call of Cthulhu, and it is an investigative RPG in which you play as a private investigator looking into the mysterious death of an artist. You can read more about the game and check out the trailer below.
Game of Thrones Xbox 360 l PS3
DEVELOPER: Cyanide Studios
RELEASE DATE: May 15, 2012
I’m no seasoned vet when it comes to author George R.R. Martin‘s “A Song of Ice and Fire” book series, having first become aware of it only a few years back when it was first revealed that a TV show version was being made for HBO. But after seeing the first season and reading the first book—both of which shot to the top of my personal TV and book lists—I had become familiar with a fact many of you had known for a long time now: this was a very special world with a very special variety of characters and a rich and complex history.
Because of that you can imagine mine and many others’ elation when it was revealed that an RPG video game based in Martin’s world had been in the making for a long while now (since the HBO show was only a rumor), and would be coming to us soon. The thought of roaming the lands of Westeros and living amongst some of the characters you grow so fond of over the course of Martin’s story was extremely exciting to think about, and anticipation only grew from there.
After a bit of a wait, the game, which is of course titled Game of Thrones, has finally arrived. But does it live up to the anticipation that has grown this past year or so? Or will those who were itching to get their hands on it be left wanting?