So what exactly does pornographic film star Ron Jeremy have to do with classic fairytales, violent 3D action and buckets full of cartoony blood?
About the only thing I didn't find in my elaborate collector's edition of Fairytale Fights that I expected to find but didn't is the severed head of a gnome.
Playlogic is so pleased that people are buying Fairytale Fights that they're giving away free DLC for the first 90 days of release, with even more extra content for the most loyal fans.
I also wanted a longer look at the giants' table level. The level interested me the first time I saw it, but some alpha-stage bugs made it difficult for the developer to walk me through it.
That will be our story for today, dear readers, how rewarding players for killing 1,000 child characters in Fairytale Fights is in the game, as of now, but ... yeahhhh ... likely won't be in the final release.
Don't worry, the latest new character for Fairytale Fights isn't always a naked man with a sword. Sometimes he has an axe.
Today I sat down with the developer for a hands-on demo of Fairytale Fights. My actual preview is embargoed until August 19, but I was given permission to share a couple of things in response to some of the questions raised by the b-roll footage. First off, the gingerbread men aren't supposed to bleed — that's a bug —…
Fairytale Fights is a hack'n'slash adventure where players take the role of famous fairytale characters to stab, maim and otherwise beat the beejesus out of fairytale characters. I'm guessing that's Little Red Riding Hood in the trailer, but I suppose it could be some other bloodthirsty little girl lifted from…
Why simply explore the beloved fairytales of your childhood when you can carve a bloody path through them in Playlogic's Fairytale Fights?
The Entertainment Software Association continues to play "gotta catch 'em all" with small publishers, adding Crave, KOEI, and Playlogic to its ever-growing roster.