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Contest: Win a PS4 copy of Owlboy Limited Edition

This contest is a catch: Grab Owlboy Limited Edition for PS4! Like 10/10 games? Like limited physical releases? Like FREE STUFF?! We both know why you're here, so let's cut straight to it: Our friends at Soedesco have given us a PS4 copy of...

 
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Owlboy's limited edition gets a delay into August

Owlboy's limited edition package from SODESCO will now be launching on August 31, 2018, the publisher has announced. SODESCO's community manager, Martin Buijsse, explains, "We want everyone around the globe to receive their Limited Edition ...

 
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Owlboy turned a profit within just one day on Switch

Owlboy is a great adventure platformer, but it's also an amazing story of perseverance. D-Pad Studio started to work on the project in 2007, and it took them nearly 10 years to release it. When they did though, it earned the respect of othe...

 
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Owlboy's limited edition will be available in July

Just a few days ago, publisher SODESCO unveiled that a limited edition of Owlboy was coming to PS4 and Switch. Along with the July 13 release date, all the details are out on what this LE contains and it looks great. Obviously the game is i...

 
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Owlboy is getting a physical limited edition for consoles

The retail release for Owlboy is getting closer everyday, but publisher SODESCO isn't content to simply put the game in a box. Just announced, Owlboy will be receiving a limited edition box for Switch and PS4. Details are mum on what this v...

 
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Owlboy will land on PS4 and Xbox One next week

Owlboy will finally make its nest on PS4 and Xbox One next week on April 10. If you're holding out for a physical edition of the game, that will be available on May 29 for Switch and PS4 (sorry Xbox One players). While the small delay stink...

 
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Owlboy is the skyward hero Nintendo fans deserve

At first it was exciting to see so many games come to the Switch eShop every week. Now it's getting ridiculous. Just this month, Celeste, Dandara, Space Dave, Old Man's Journey, Pac-Man CE 2 Plus, and Owlboy have all been competing for my t...

 
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Owlboy is flapping on over to the Switch

Nintendo of Japan has released a sizzle reel for some upcoming indie games releasing on the Switch ahead of the BitSummit conference in Kyoto this weekend (BitSummit is a Japanese indie dev gathering). While a lot of the games are stuff we ...

 
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Owlboy released today and you probably want in on that

"Revered. Exalted. Wise. These are the traits of your fellow owls." That's how the launch trailer for Owlboy begins. It's especially cutting because Otus, the titular owlboy, is considered none of these by his peers. He's a dunce, a m...

 
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This Owlboy trailer shows that good things take time

I don't know that I'm capable of writing about Owlboy without talking about the passage of time, so I'm not even going to fight it. This is a game I've been looking forward to for years and years, to the point where there's almost a sense ...

 
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I've met someone and I think I'm in love, his name is Owlboy

I got a sneak preview press demo of D-Pad Studio's Owlboy, a retro-inspired action adventure game that has been in development for eight years having started in 2008 (to put that in perspective No Man's Sky began development in 2012)....

 
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Owlboy gets new footage and some lovely music

It's been quite a while since we checked in with D-Pad Studios' Owlboy, but the promising indie game has popped its head up again to reveal some lavish game footage and a terrific soundtrack sample courtesy of composer Jonathan Greer. ...

 
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Impressions: a promising Owlboy demo teases

The Owlboy demo makes a good first impression -- after D-Pad Studio's logo flashes, players are treated to a sweeping, pixelated vista as Otus looks on. Pastoral music plays and, though the demo begins in medias res, the menu screen tells p...

 
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The Owlboy demo is both available and good

A demo for Owlboy, the much talked-about 2D platformer from Norwegian indies D-Pad Studio, is now available for PC -- a good sign for a game beset my development trouble, despite winning a visual design award at the 2010 Independent Ga...

 

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