Devolver Digital introduced seven indie games being released under its publishing division, including a samurai side-scrolling game. Walk to Yomi, as well as a fast-paced hack-and-slash game Door of death.
Devolver Digital continues its long tradition of having its own showcase during E3 week through another video filled with gameplay, chili dogs, and weird humor.
The most notable highlights in the indie chart are Walk to Yomi, a side scrolling samurai game. It follows Hiroki, a young warrior who sets out on a journey to protect his village and the people he cares about. The game is completely black and white with a film filter on it to give the game an old samurai movie look. Walk to Yomi slated for release in 2022.
Stream provided another view of Door of death, appearing at Day of the Devs this week. It’s a fast paced hack-and-slash game, all about quick destruction and regaining a soul that’s been stolen from you. The trailer is filled with quick spell action, introspective swordplay, interesting characters, and an adorable looking parasol. Door of death will be available on 2nd July this year and available for pre-order right now.
Demon Throttle, another highlight, bringing eight-bit bullet gameplay back to modern consoles. Digital Devolver has teamed up with Special Reserve Games once again to create a physical version of the game that is only available for a limited time. Demon Throttle will only release on Nintendo Switch as a physical version in 2022.
It wouldn’t be a Devolver program without a message that sounds like a joke, but it isn’t. Devolver Tumble Time is a free mobile game that will release this year. Little has been revealed about the game, but it looks like it’s a puzzle game and will be free to play with monetization incentives.