Tunic features an original soundtrack composed by Lifeformed (Dustforce) with Janice Lee. It was first announced at E3 2017 PC Gaming Show and was originally called Secret Legend. Finji later changed the game’s name to Tunic. It was featured again in Microsoft’s E3 2018 presentation, where it was announced that it would be an Xbox console exclusive at launch. In Tunic, players will fight against colossal beasts, collect strange and powerful items, and unravel long-lost secrets in an adventure that evokes classic Zelda games.
Tunic will be released on September 27 for PlayStation 4 and 5. Finji announced this during Sony’s State of Play. Tunic was formerly available only on Xbox 360 and PC, and was published in March. Tunic is a single-player action-adventure game that follows a fox as they go through a dangerous strange realm. As players go through the game, they will discover new objects, battle styles, and occult mysteries. Currently playing: Sony State of Play June 2022 | Tunic Gameplay Trailer
The trailer showed a young boy with a severed arm, which then appears to magically grow back. His new arm has a variety of magical uses throughout the trailer, and we also see quick cuts of vehicle chase segments, combat, and dialogue sequences with romantic interests. Now Playing: Eternights Trailer | Sony State of Play June 2022
Finji is a veteran indie studio that has worked on games such as Night in the Woods, Overland, and Chicory: A Colorful Tale. Be sure to read our full Tunic review, where we gave it a 9/10. Eternights Mixes Action And Dating Sims, Coming To PS5, PS4 Next Year. A new game debuted at Sony’s State of Play, a unique anime-inspired action game meets dating sim. Among Sony’s announcements at its State of Play presentation was Eternights, a unique-looking anime-inspired action game that mixes in dating sim elements. It’s set to come to PS4 and PS5 in early 2023.