Calme, An Adventure Game, reminds us of Octopath Traveler and Ni No Kuni

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The story takes place in a small cliff town named “Calme”. At the bottom of the cliff is the horizon of a cloud sea that never clears. Above the cliffs is a haze far off in the distance. In this town, echoes with the lively shouts of Cloudsea hunters. What is the truth behind the mysterious cloud sea and the town? This is the story of the unique inhabitants of this harsh but beautiful cliff town.

Calme, an isometric adventure game with a similar art style to games like Ni No Kuni and Octopath Traveler, has been released by Nonohara Works. The game is on its way to the Switch, but you better settle in because it’s still in the very early phases of development and reportedly won’t be released until until 2024.

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  • This follows the sudden and last-minute postponement of the Moto Razr 2022 launch event. The Moto Razr 2022’s official launch ceremony will take place on August 11th, according to a post by Chen Jin, the head of Motorola and Lenovo mobile, on the well-known Chinese microblogging platform Weibo. Later, GSMArena reported this information in one of their articles.

  • You can check out the official website right now, but chances are we won’t be getting any substantial updates on this project for quite some time. Still, the early footage looks pretty promising! Does Calme look like something you’d be interested in? Share your thoughts in the comments below! My dear ladies and gentlemen, we are back on track. Motorola has given us a new date to look forward to: August 11.

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