Mobile and PC fans of Cornfox & Bros. Oceanhorn game will be able to play the adventure RPG on PS4 and Xbox One on September 7th, as revealed in the new Gamescom trailer. The game is currently out now for PC and iOS devices.
It’s safe to say that Cornfox & Bros. Oceanhorn looks like a direct copy of the Legend of Zelda games, and without a doubt there are some direct features that look like they make it over from Nintendo’s series, but it’s still some unique features that make it stand apart on its own.
If you enjoy playing Oceanhorn on PC or on your iOS device (which will soon hit Android devices later this year), the devs will release it for both PS4 and Xbox One on September 7th. If you don’t know anything about this game and are curious you can read the game’s official description below.
“Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas combines captivating storytelling, breathtaking 3D visuals and exciting gameplay into one epic action-adventure experience. In the game you explore the islands of Uncharted Seas, a world filled with many dangers, puzzles and secrets.”
Oceanhorn has players embark on an “epic” journey exploring islands, uncharted seas and battling mysterious creatures across various locations. As of course, this comes with its fair share of puzzle solving, and magical ancient treasurers hidden throughout the world that await to be discovered.
The story of this game also revolves around a secret ancient kingdom named Arcadia that also holds connections with a sea monster Oceanhorn.
The latest trailer by FDGGames that reveals Oceanhorn’s console release date comes in with a Gamecom 2016 tag promising to be on the show floor and shows in-game footage.
Although it’s safe to say that this game looks a little like a blatant rip-off of the Legend of Zelda series, the team behind the game admitted that they did get inspiration from the popular hack-and-slash series, as well as Seiken Densetsu (or Secret of Mana — and it would be nice if Square made a newer version).
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