"Despite its flaws, the world Frogwares has created is intriguing and the narrative pulls the player in masterfully."
Players who own the older versions will sadly not be able to get a free upgrade.
Frogware's DMCA claim against Nacon has drowned the game again.
The horror game was previously pulled from digital storefronts due to a legal dispute.
The horror title recently returned to the platform after being pulled due to a legal dispute.
Following Nacon's first legal dispute win in the case, the title is once again available to purchase.
The studio announces Halloween sales for both The Sinking City on Nintendo Switch and Sherlock: Crimes and Punishments on PC.
The Lovecraftian game finally lands on Nintendo's console, having already spooked PC, PS4, and Xbox players this year.
September 12 is the newly-revealed release date, and we have a brand new trailer to get us even more excited.
Frogwares has shown off the game and its features on the console, which they say is more than a port.
We're checking out Frogwares' atmospheric adventure game in today's livestream.
One announcement that might have slipped you by last night is the news that the upcoming Lovecraftian horror-adventure is also heading to Nintendo's console.
Frogwares' game is due to launch next month, and here we get another look into Charles Reed's journey into Oakmont.
The Sinking City is among the games being shown there, alongside WRC 8, Bee Simulator, and plenty more.
We've been shown the first main quest of the game, so you can take a look at Frogware's title ahead of the June release.
Disclaimer, before the game starts, warns of racism in the next title from French studio Frogwares.