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Feature: Horace Developers On Die Hard, Britishness, And Finding The Right Genre Label

“Maybe a AAA SNES game?”.

The term ‘hidden gem’ is one that, unfortunately, crops up all too frequently these days. With wave upon wave of quality titles hitting digital storefronts every week, more games than ever risk getting carried away by the tide before you’ve had the chance to pick them up. Horace — ostensibly a 16-bit-inspired platformer, although one that really goes places — launched on PC last year to acclaim, but arguably failed to make the splash it deserved.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

“Maybe a AAA SNES game?”.

The term ‘hidden gem’ is one that, unfortunately, crops up all too frequently these days. With wave upon wave of quality titles hitting digital storefronts every week, more games than ever risk getting carried away by the tide before you’ve had the chance to pick them up. Horace — ostensibly a 16-bit-inspired platformer, although one that really goes places — launched on PC last year to acclaim, but arguably failed to make the splash it deserved.

Read the full article on nintendolife.com

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