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Wales Interactive, Good Gate Media, Wayout Pictures, and Posterity Entertainment have set a final release date for Bloodshore, an upcoming FMV game. While it was previously confirmed for next month, we now know that the title is planned for November 3.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Wales Interactive has another FMV game lined up for Switch, as the company today unveiled Bloodshore. The title, which comes from the producers of The Complex and Five Dates, arrives on Switch in November. Wayout Pictures, Good Gate Media, and Posterity Entertainment are all involved with development.

Wales Interactive says that Bloodshore has eight hours of FMV footage, which is actually the most the company has ever produced. The title itself involves the deadly televised battle royale between high-profile streamers, entertainers, and death row inmates. All of the action follows main character Nick, a washed-up actor who is competing on Kill/Stream for a life-changing cash prize. The island hides a certain truth that Nick will need to discover before time runs out.

Night Book, an interactive occult thriller from Good Gate Media and Wales Interactive, appeared on Switch yesterday. Find some footage below.

Night Book can be purchased digitally for Switch as an eShop download. For more on the game, visit our previous coverage here.

Wales Interactive and Good Gate Media have dated Night Book, their interactive occult thriller. The title is expected digitally on July 27.

Wales Interactive has passed along the following overview and trailer for Night Book:

Wales Interactive, along with Good Gate Media, has announced a pair of new titles for Switch. Night Book and Deathtrap Dungeon: The Golden Room are both planned for the console.

Below are overviews and trailers for both:

System: Switch
Release date: March 30, 2021
Developer: Ghost Dog Films
Publisher: Wales Interactive


FMVs, much like visual novels, have always had that sort of stigma where those that weren’t open-minded enough wouldn’t really consider them to be true games, yet I guarantee every genre, regardless of what one’s feeling towards them are, has at least something for everyone that may surprise you – it’s just a matter of finding that right piece of media that’ll open the doors to help further spark an interest. While I haven’t played many FMVs, I can count quite a few that have all been fairly different from each other. Even if its live-action foundation may make it seem like a movie more than anything else, games like Erica, the controversial Phantasmagoria, and more set revolutionary ideas into place that made them much more than an interactive film. When it comes to the new Switch release I Saw Black Clouds, it finds itself in an odd in-between that goes from being mostly pure film to one with quite a few neat ideas that make it much more than a simple “choose an option” experience, and while I wouldn’t necessarily consider it fun in the traditional sense, as a film it can be immensely enjoyable.

Wales Interactive’s interactive psychological thriller I Saw Black Clouds is out now on Switch. For a look at some footage, check out the video below.

I Saw Black Clouds can be purchased digitally from the Switch eShop. You can find more information about the game as well as a trailer here.

Wales Interactive has prepared an extended trailer for I Saw Black Clouds, the interactive psychological thriller with supernatural elements and branching storylines. We’ve included it below.

I Saw Black Clouds is due out for Switch on March 30. Learn more about the game here.

Wales Interactive and Ghost Dog Films have set a release date for I Saw Black Clouds, the interactive psychological thriller with supernatural elements and branching storylines. The title is slated for March 30 on Switch.

Here’s an overview of I Saw Black Clouds, along with a trailer:

Wales Interactive and Ghost Dog Films today announced I Saw Black Clouds, a cinematic interactive psychological thriller. It’s due out for Switch in Q1 2021.

Here’s an overview of I Saw Black Clouds, along with a trailer: