Promising Indie Releases – November 2020

Gare – Monday, November 2, 2020 5:05 PM
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Welcome to GTOGG’s November 2020 edition of Promising Indie Releases, where we highlight indie and non-mainstream titles that we believe deserve your attention – in other words, “look at all this potentially cool stuff you might’ve missed otherwise”. That would’ve been too long for a title, though.

In any case, let’s get right down to it.

Battle Hunters

Battle Hunters tells a comfortably familiar story: evil forces threaten the land, and it’s up to you and your band of valiant heroes to stop them. Sporting a slick art style and some vivid environments, the game also comes with a tactical real-time battle system that lets you pause the action and dole out commands in order to take advantage of each hero’s unique abilities.

The Last Show of Mr. Chardish

The Last Show of Mr. Chardish is a journey through the past – taking on the role of an actress, you revisit an old theater in the British countryside and gradually discover the unique plays created by Mr. Chardish, a director. Variety is the name of the game here: the levels you visit offer a varied assortment of different gameplay mechanics, as well as individual, standalone stories and characters that all end up tying into the main, overarching plot.

The Falconeer

The Falconeer takes you to the Great Ursee, a massive open world covered by oceans, and lets you ride a fearless warbird as you get entangled in a conflict involving multiple factions and clans. Airships, flying beasts and terrifying dragons will stand in your way, but hey – you’ve got a big, angry bird on your side, so the odds are kind of in your favor.

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin

Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin places you in a peculiar role: as Sakuna, a spoiled harvest goddess, you’ve been banished to an island infested with demons. Defeat them in stylish, side-scrolling combat… and then hit the fields to cultivate some rice – it is, after all, the source of your power.

Fury of Dracula: Digital Edition

A digital adaptation of the popular board game, Fury of Dracula pits the well-known ancient bloodsucker against a group of determined vampire hunters. While Dracula uses his supernatural influence and loyal minions to thwart his pursuers, the hunters must chase him across Europe to find his hiding place and confront him directly.


The nostalgia is strong with this one. A fast-paced and wonderfully gory union of old and new, Prodeus is a classic 90s FPS with a fresh coat of paint; it may have fancy effects and gorgeous explosions, but at its heart, Prodeus is like a time machine to that bygone golden age of first-person shooters.

The Pathless

That’s right – The Falconeer isn’t the only bird game releasing this month. The Pathless chronicles the adventures of an archer and his loyal eagle companion as they make their way through forests and meadows alike to fulfill an important duty: to save the world from a dark curse.

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