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[PS3Blog.net Interview] Gareth Noyce on Lumo

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Lumo is making its way to PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4, so we got in touch with developer Gareth Noyce to discuss this particular project.

PS3Blog: Hi! Thank you for joining us today. Could you please get us started by telling our readers a bit about yourself and your work?

Hi there! My name’s Gareth Noyce and I’ve been professionally developing games for about 13 years. Most of that time has been spent working in AAA, predominantly on Microsoft IP. I was also one of the co-founders of Ruffian games, who are based in Dundee, Scotland.

I left Ruffian 3 years ago, and Lumo is my first solo project.

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[PS Vita Review] Day of the Tentacle Remastered

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Day of the Tentacle is a classic game that was released way back in 1993 on discs and CD-ROM. It recently got an HD remaster from Double Fine, in a similar fashion to last year’s Grim Fandango Remastered.

In this point & click game, we follow Bernard, Hoagie and Laverne in their quest to save the world from Purple Tentacle (actual character name) in his frenzy for world domination.

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[PS4 Review] Randal’s Monday

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Randal’s Monday is a comedy adventure Point and Click game. You play as Randal Hicks, a Kleptomaniac good for nothing moron, who sees an opportunity to steal his best friend’s engagement ring after a long night of drinking, and sells it for money. The ring apparently is magical in some way and somehow curses Randal. Randal is a guy with a lot of problems – he and his flat mate owe the landlord three months rent, and the landlord is refusing to go anywhere until Randal and Mortimer pay up.

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[Vita Review] Maliya

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I’m someone who plays a lot of video games, as well as a lot of cards games with friends when they come over at home. Maliya’s proposition is to bring a very obscure card game to your handheld. How does this game hold up? Read below to find out!

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