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PS4 Exclusive RiME Scheduled for 2015, Will Have No Combat and More



Tequila Works finally showed off some more of their mysterious PlayStation 4 exclusive, RiME, at Gamescom this past week and have been answering some fan questions via their Twitter account.

According to the Twitter handle, RiME is scheduled for a 2015 release, but did not specify exactly which quarter. I’d place my bet on releasing sometime during the Summer of 2015 to coincide with Sony’s Play promotion for indie games.

In addition, some new gameplay details were revealed by the Twitter account. From the trailers we’ve mostly seen some exploration footage along with a few puzzles, but other than that, the game remains quite mysterious. According to the developers, there will be no combat in the game, but there will be action sequences. If you’ve played Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons I’d expect something similar to that in regards to the action aspect.

If you happened to miss the trailer from Gamescom, you can view it just below.

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Creating a Character That is Authentically Red Dead — An Interview With Roger Clark



Roger Clark Red Dead Redemption 2 interview
An Interview with Roger Clark

Roger Clark gave Rockstar Games’s Wild West a new voice when he took on the role of Red Dead Redemption 2’s Arthur Morgan last October. Despite big boots to fill, Clark has managed to prove himself as a valuable member of the outlawed gang.

Red Dead Redemption 2 launched to critical acclaim across the board and is set to go down not only as a triumph in world-building, but as a successful character-driven story, too.

OnlySP’s Michael Cripe sat down with Clark to talk about single-player games, the character of Arthur Morgan, fun times on set, inspirations, and more at Planet Comicon KC 2019. Check out the full interview up above.

“I was trying to come up with something that was honest, yet, had enough ambiguity so that, if the player wanted to make Arthur a total bastard, my performance would still make sense…”

Clark managed to take the OnlySP Award for Best Performer during OnlySP’s Best of 2018 ceremony thanks the “emotion he brought to the role” and his “low, raspy voice that will be ingrained in the minds of players for a very long time.”

For more on Red Dead Redemption 2, Clark, and the world of single-player gaming, keep checking in with OnlySP’s FacebookTwitterYouTube, and new community Discord server.

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