Come close my readers as I get ready to review, one of the finest digital games to come into view. Child of Light is a work of art that springs to life, it tells of a story of a girl named Aurora and a rather large knife. Get used to these rhymes as they are found throughout the game, but rest assured my readers, it never grows lame. No these rhymes make the game stand out and make it a fairy tale come true. So read on my readers for our official Child of Light review.
Here is another making of Child of light video for your viewing pleasure. The downloadable game is headed to PS4, XBOX One, Wii U, PS3 and XBOX 360 on April 30th and utilizes the gorgeous UbiArt framework.
Enjoy this making of Child of Light video and be sure to check back for our official review on April 28th (HUGE props to Ubisoft for providing a review copy of the game for us).
Will you be downloading this one? The game is rated E for everyone.
Take an extraordinary journey through the vast world of Lemuria and explore its mythical environment as you interact with its inhabitants and discover new locations and secrets. Across your experience through Lemuria you will experience unforgettable encounters, from friendly fairies and gnomes to vile wolves and dark dragons
Aurora’s journey takes place in the soft, colourful and magical universe of Lemuria. Come and see how it has been designed and realized at the studio in Montreal.
Child of Light is set to release on April 30th and will be available on the Wii U eShop, PS4 and XBOX One.
Child of Light is coming out next month and Ubisoft has just released an all new trailer featuring the cooperative elements of the title. The game is done using the gorgeous UbiArt engine and looks stunning in motion. Child of Light is set to release on nearly every home console. Created by the talented team of Ubisoft Montreal using the UbiArt Framework, Child of Light is an RPG inspired by fairy tales.
Will you be downloading this one? I will.
Here is the first trailer for Ubisoft’s Child of Light. The games gorgeous visuals utilizes UbiArt- the same framework for the newer Rayman titles. Child of Light is focussed on the female protagonist Aurora and her coming-of-age story. The game looks incredible and is headed to Wii U eShop, PS4 and XBOX One.
Created by the talented team of Ubisoft Montreal using the UbiArt Framework, Child of Light is an RPG inspired by fairy tales. Count me in!