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Never Alone


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Never Alone

Nuna and Fox have another Never Alone adventure in them

Last winter, Upper One Games introduced audiences to a piece of Iñupiat folklore through Never Alone. It told the tale of Nuna and her pet fox as they attempted to find the source of a relentless blizzard and stop it. Flaw...

 
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Never Alone

Never Alone dated on Wii U for June 25

If you've wanted to get your mitts on Never Alone and only have a Wii U, you'll get your chance soon enough, as developer Upper One Games has announced a release date of June 25 -- right on time for the next Nintendo Download session. Unfor...

 
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Never Alone review

Review: Never Alone

A cursory glance at Upper One Games' Never Alone, while sure to impress, won't do it justice. Its appeal is obvious, but its intention is buried shallow under a light dusting of snow. But, it's that intention that transcends Never Alon...

 
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Never Alone preview

Never Alone may have stolen the show at PAX

If Upper One Games’ Never Alone sticks out to you as one of the best examples of storytelling in recent memory, don’t be surprised. It sort of has an unfair advantage. You see, the tale it tells has only been passed down through...

 
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Never Alone

Never Alone tells Alaskan folklore this November

Never Alone, the atmospheric puzzle platformer based on Alaskan legends, now has a release date. It's coming to PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One starting November 4 for $14.99. The tale follows Nuna, a young Iñupiaq girl, and he...

 
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Never Alone

Never Alone tells a tale of a native Alaskan girl and her arctic fox friend

When people lament the lack of diversity in videogame characters, one argument that always seems to crop up is that those who point out the disparity should have the sole responsibility of remedying it. Despite the fallacy of that argument...

 
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Alaska

Alaskan tribal council forms videogame studio

Development costs are spiraling out of control. Studios are closing left and right. And yet the Cook Inlet Tribal Council of Alaska decided to invest its capital in a videogame company of all things. According to the nonprofit group, it wil...

 

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