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<p>A fortnight ago we covered the impending release of indie developer James Swiney's action-adventure game Aruna's Adventure. It's now available for iOS as a premium title, so if you've been looking for some nostalgic action-adventure fun, this might be worth checking out.</p><p>It aims to emulate the look and feel of an action-adventure game from the 90s with a few modern additions such as autosaving, cloud syncing and Game Center achievements. But aside from that, you can expect an old-school adventure with a lovely 8-bit pixel art aesthetic and a classic story featuring wizards, fairies and evil dark lords.</p><p>Aruna's Adventure sees the titular blue-haired heroine embarking on a journey with her fairy companion to defeat the Dark Lord who has been infesting the world with a plethora of nasty monsters. Aruna herself can dash, strike and make use of special weapon attacks to battle against this threat.</p>Terafyn review - “An enchanting card RPG with a powerful, vivid narrative”<p>The game is made up of 400 handcrafted screens that have been stuck together to create three large overworld areas and six dungeons. Here you'll look to gather coins from defeating enemies and discovering secret chests. You'll then spend your newly found riches on buying gear in shops you'll find scattered through the world.</p>
I love making models<p>Nanoo have just announced that it's working on a new competitive multiplayer shooter called FPS.io. The game's being released in October for both iOS and Android, and we have a swish trailer that gives us an idea of what it'll be like.</p>
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<p>Square Enix has announced that SaGa 2015 will be coming to PS Vita.</p><p>The announcement was part of the celebrations surrounding the RPG series's 25th anniversary. The first SaGa game (known in America as The Final Fantasy Legend) was released on the Game Boy back in 1989.</p><p>No details of SaGa 2015 were given, and only two illustrations by series illustrator Tomomi Kobayashi accompanied the game's announcement.</p><p>This will be the first proper SaGa game since 2002's Unlimited SaGa was released on PlayStation 2.</p><p>Hopefully, we'll have more details about SaGa 2015 next year. We are, at least, expecting it to be a challenging, open world RPG, as with the rest of the series.</p>Siliconera