The Plucky Squire is the brightest star in the Devolver Digital display

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Despite its efforts to be otherwise, the Devolver Digital display today was not an especially interesting one. One video game that looked enjoyable and fascinating: The Plucky Squire, from designer All Possible Futures.

The video game stars the titular character, called Jot, as he engages of experiences in a 2D storybook world. The video game reveals aspects of numerous sort of gameplay, consisting of platforming, puzzles, and boxing (of all things).

Jot and business can leap from the 2D world of the book to the 3D world around it, connecting with different real life products and toys in the kid’s space. While it’s difficult to get a continued reading precisely how it’ll play, it appears like The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds satisfies Toy Story.

The video game looks enjoyable and vibrant, with a variety of gameplay that’ll ideally keep it fresh. It’s introducing on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, Switch, and PC.

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