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Last year, we reported that Endgame Studios was looking for a publisher for its DS title Fractured Soul, a side-scrolling action game in which your character can freely jump between two different worlds, one on each screen. Today, Graffiti Entertainment, the small publisher behind Black Sigil ...

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April 15, 2011 at 2:00AM

Now that Graffiti Entertainment has given Black Sigil its (presumably) final name, they've decided to start promoting the 16-bit-esque RPG for real. These two gameplay trailers follow hero Kairu as he, uh, walks around a house, reads some books, talks to his friends, and watches some knights...

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Graffiti Entertainment doesn't yet have a release date set for Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled, formerly known as Project Exile, but the publisher has put out a new trailer and over two dozen new screenshots for the retitled game. Originally intended as a GBA game, Black Sigil's art direction stil...

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The latest screens of Mazes of Fate DS show some quite nice 2D work in the outdoor areas. Being 2D fans, we were already quite enamored with the hand-drawn graphics of the GBA version and the similar style found in the non-fateful-maze areas of the DS game. But put in contrast with the 3D mazes, whi...

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Just the fact that RPGamer's play session of the DS version of Mazes of Fate didn't end in a system crash is promising. The version we saw in video was troublingly incomplete and unplayable-looking. But this latest preview of Sabarasa Entertainment's GBA remake makes no mention of crippling framerat...

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After the recent video debacle, we were a little concerned about Mazes of Fate. The fact that the new videos that were promised never showed up, either, is certainly something that makes us think hard about how things are going for the redone GBA title. It didn't show up on our list of official rele...

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Mazes of Fate had kind of a hard time finding an audience. It came out just too late to be marketable. Graffiti Entertainment is correcting the original error (being a GBA cartridge) by releasing a version of the game on DS. When we first heard about it, we were lazily outraged about the idea of a y...

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Mazes of Fate has some impressive graphics for a GBA release, and it also has the distinction of being the first Latin American-developed game for a Nintendo console. So, why did no one pick it up? Three reasons: As a handheld first-person RPG -- think Eye of the Beholder -- it has no mainstr...

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We thought that Project Exile was abandoned, left to rust in an unused barn with the other RPGs from indie studios that we haven't heard much from in months (e.g. Western Lords), but that wasn't the case! Signature Devices and Graffiti Entertainment announced that they've teamed up with Montreal-ba...

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