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'Coda' is still a free VR update for Volume

I wasn't all that crazy about Volume when it was released, but some free DLC -- VR no less -- is enough to get me to check it out again. Developer Mike Bithell has re-confirmed what he said last October, in that Coda will be a fre...

 
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Volume coming to PlayStation Vita in January

Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell's stealth puzzle game Volume sneaking to PlayStation Vita on January 5, the developer announced today. And if you're planning to pick the game up then, you might want to take advantage of this week's Pl...

 
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Volume: Coda is a launch title for Playstation VR

We may not yet know an exact date for the launch of PlayStation VR, but we do now know at least one piece of software that will be playable on the hardware on launch day. Volume: Coda is a story expansion for Volume, indie developer Mike Bi...

 
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Volume delayed for Vita, PC and PS4 still launching today

Volume is out today on PC and PS4, and there's some bad news if you planned on jamming with it on the Vita -- it's been delayed a bit. Evidently it's being held up by a few issues and needs a re-certification, which will take a few wee...

 
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Review: Volume

[Disclosure: Jim Sterling and Leigh Alexander, who are both credited in Volume, were previously employed at Destructoid. As always, no relationships, personal or professional, were factored into the review.] I went into Volume almost comple...

 
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New Volume trailer reveals additional enemy types

Volume is an upcoming retelling of the Robin Hood legend from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell, featuring the vocal talents of both ex-Destructoid editor Jim Sterling and Andy Serkis, the talent behind Gollum in The Lor...

 
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Thomas Was Alone dev shows off new PS4, Vita project

Today during Sony's gamescom press conference, Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell took the stage in Cologne, Germany to showcase his sophomore project, Volume. Volume launches next year, and is coming first to PlayStation 4 and Vit...

 
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Mike Bithell's Volume debuting exclusively on PS4/PS Vita

Mike "Thomas Was Alone" Bithell has a new game coming. It's called Volume and it'll have an exclusive debut on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita this year.  Volume will let you create, mix, and share your own game worlds online, thoug...

 
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Mike Bithell announces new game: Volume

Mike Bithell, the creator of Thomas Was Alone, has a new reveal up his sleeve -- a game called Volume. It looks like a straight-up stealth action romp, very similar in nature to the original top-down Metal Gear and first few Metal Gear Sol...

 

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