Adrift, a quiet video game about a space station in the wake of a catastrophic disaster, has been delayed to next year. It’ll now launch alongside the Oculus Rift.
Adam Orth, one of last year's most notorious people on the Internet, was nervous last week as he was showing me his new creation: a beautiful, unusual game that he says was borne from his 2013 travails.
What if a game let you go inside of the heads of characters and manipulate their memories? A year ago a small Paris-based studio called Dontnod revealed a game called Adrift that let you do just that. Adrift separated itself with the pack with the concept of manipulating, stealing, and even creating memories as a…
At first it looks like Assassin's Creed, but it's futuristic, stars a lady and... wow, this game looks cool and goes places AC has never gone. Seven minutes of footage, mostly stealth and platforming, as our heroine tries to trick her target into killing himself. You've seen it before, until the part where you're…
Why, right here of course, in the latest instalment of Fine Art, Kotaku's daily look at the concept art of video games.
Look out! It's a special Gamescom edition of Fine Art! And when we're talking about Dontnod's Adrift, fine is the optimal word.
Warning: the "game" I saw today wasn't much of a game at all. All I saw was some concept art, all I heard were some basic outlines of gameplay and a very detailed description of the game's universe.