Child of Light is a beautiful game and a mesmerizing experience that crafts a perfect fusion between RPGs and platforming. In many ways, it encapsulates what I love most about JRPGs, which are wondrous worlds with engrossing mechanics and a charming cast.
Last year’s Assassin’s Creed included references to Watch Dogs. This year’s Assassin’s Creed Rogue for PS3 and Xbox 360 has a joke about another Ubisoft game, the lovely Child of Light. Check it out, if you don’t mind a tiny spoiler about where part of Rogue takes place.
Browsing German artist HeavyMetalHanzo's gallery and realizing how much potential some video games and video game worlds have as Western cartoons or comics makes me sad. Most of these will probably never get such a treatment, and these amazing pieces remain the closest things.
Child of Light will be coming to PlayStation Vita on July 1. Ubisoft's very pretty role-playing game will be a digital download for Sony's handheld game system. You can read Kotaku's review of the game right here.
Dark Souls 2 by K-putt leads off this week's selection of over a dozen gaming wallpapers, including Child of Light, Broforce, and Amazing Spider-Man 2:
What can men do against such reckless beauty, such wanton loveliness? How can a game so obviously gorgeous, so well-constructed, still tilt uneasily forward and stumble? And if a game reaches so hungrily for greatness that it trips over itself, is it enough that it reached at all?
Here's one more look at Child of Light, the Japanese-style role-playing game developed by a small team at Ubisoft Montreal.
Child of Light continues to look gorgeous as heck. Ubisoft's new RPG will be out April 30 for PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Wii U. New trailer above.
The folks at Ubisoft Montreal asked Final Fantasy artist Yoshitaka Amano to draw them some pretty pictures for their upcoming RPG, Child of Light. Watch him in action here.
Here's 10 minutes with Child of Light on PS4. Sony's PlayStation Access sits down with creative director Patrick Plourde to talk about Ubisoft's upcoming JRPG-influenced role-playing game. It's looking very pretty, as usual.
While Ubisoft's charming platform role-playing game Child of Light is skipping Nintendo's last-gen console, the spirit of the Wii lives on inside it's utterly charming co-op gameplay.
Ubisoft's JRPG-inspired Child of Light is out April 30. It'll be $15, and available digitally just about everywhere—PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and even Wii U.
Check out the latest video for Child of Light, Ubisoft's take on a JRPG. The combat system is inspired by Grandia II, and with it you can do some really neat things, like work together with a partner to delay enemies' attacks and beat tough baddies at level 1. (I played the game yesterday on PS4—it feels great!)
If you're anything like me—If you have a beating heart and like video games—you probably watched the debut trailer for Child of Light and thought, "I want to play this."
Two big JRPGs on tap for today, in addition to this morning's news that the team behind Far Cry 3 is working on their own Japan-inspired role-playing game.
Behold Child of Light, an upcoming JRPG from the creative minds behind Far Cry 3. It looks just lovely.
The leaked image above, featuring game titles for a slew of upcoming download-only Ubisoft games, is real. All of these games are coming, including an HD version of last year's Vita game Assassin's Creed: Liberation and a new editions of Ubi's Rayman and EndWar series.
In a series of tweets, worldwide GDC overseer Simon Carless gave away a few details regarding Ubisoft's upcoming downloadable title, Child of Light.