The Flame in the Flood arrives today on PlayStation 4

When it was released last year, The Flame in the Flood garnered a lot of attention for its big name developers and unique take on the wilderness survival genre. Today, PlayStation 4 players who have been missing out the experience will finally get to take a trip up the game’s fictionalized Mississippi river and through a dystopic version of the American South.


Announced last month, the PS4 version was ported by Curve Digital and arrives as The Flame in the Flood: Complete Edition, which includes Director Commentary from game studio Molasses Flood’s “team of AAA refugees,” a new dynamic theme, new system avatars and a few gameplay tweaks just for Sony’s console.

The studio’s experienced talent have some of the biggest titles in gaming under their collective belts — including BioShock Infinite, Halo and Rock Band — but The Flame in the Flood stands apart with its indie game ethos, crafting system and fast-moving exploration of a completely realized post-apocalyptic world. It doesn’t hurt that Chuck Ragan’s lively alt-country soundtrack was one of 2016’s best either.

The Flame in the Flood runs a reasonable $14.99 on PS4, but players will get a couple bucks off for the launch. And, of course, it’s still available for PC and Xbox One as well.

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Message sent to Kickstarter backers confirms Mighty No. 9 delayed until 2016

If you’ve been marking off the days until Mighty No. 9‘s September release, you might want to get a new pen. Initially thought to only be a rumor, developer Comcept has said that the game will be delayed to 2016.
Comcept confirmed the delay in a message to Kickstarter backers, which was shared in a post on NeoGAF. While the statement makes it clear that Mighty No. 9 isn’t coming out this year, it doesn’t provide a concrete date for when it will come out.


“We are unable to confirm a final release date at this time, however we will be aiming for a release in Q1 2016,” the developer writes. “Once a solid release date is set, we will announce it immediately to our backers and fans.”
This isn’t the first time that Mighty No. 9 has been delayed. Initially scheduled for an April 2015, the game was pushed back to a September 15 launch. Comcept says the new delay is necessary in order to fix bugs in the game’s online mode.

“As we have communicated in the updates to our backers, all of the core content for the game is developed and in a complete state,” the developer writes. “However, there are still bugs and issues pertaining to the online features that are included in the game. These bugs and issues have a direct affect on enjoyment of the game, so a decision was made to work these issues out before release.”

The sheer amount of platforms Mighty No. 9 is coming to might be the reason for the amount of time needed to fix the bugs. The game is coming to PC, Mac, and Linux in addition the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and PlayStation Vita.

Mighty No. 9 is the brainchild of Mega Man series creator and Comcept head Keiji Inafune. A spiritual successor to the Mega Man games, what we’ve seen of the game so far looks promising, but we’ll have to wait until 2016 to see the complete package holds up.
This hasn’t been a great week for Inafune. Yesterday we reported that the Kickstarter for Red Ash, a spiritual successor to the Mega Man Legends series, had failed to meet its funding goal. Publisher Fuze Entertainment has picked up the game, so its prologue Red Ash: The KalKanon Incident, is currently in development for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.