Child of Light brightens up on April 30

Child of Light will release on April 30 for $14.99, Ubisoft announced today.


Ubisoft Montreal's RPG Child of Light will be illuminating your television screens on April 30, Ubisoft announced today. It will cost $14.99, and be available on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Wii U.

Child of Light has gotten some attention for mixing Grandia-style JRPG mechanics with the UbiArt framework used in Rayman Legends--all of which earned it a spot on Andrew's most wanted list. To ring in the release announcement, Ubisoft has released a new trailer showing off the RPG combat, crafting, and skill trees, and more of that sweet, sweet art.

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    February 6, 2014 9:22 AM

    Steve Watts posted a new article, Child of Light brightens up on April 30.

    Child of Light will release on April 30 for $14.99, Ubisoft announced today.

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      February 6, 2014 1:54 PM

      I'm looking forward to playing this. Looks like the game I've been looking for.

      One thing bothers me though. What's up with UPlay? I've yet to use that client.

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      February 6, 2014 4:37 PM

      Game looks good!

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      February 6, 2014 9:51 PM

      I really hope this does well. A major corporate entity making lot's of money off of a low budget, high concept game typical of an indie dev, with a little girl for the main character no less, would do nothing but good for the industry. I for one plan on getting this game day one, it looks unique, yet simultaneously nostalgic. Ubisoft is really puting themselves out there with this.

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        February 6, 2014 10:18 PM

        I agree... but they have been doing a lot of good indie style stuff lately like Might and Magic X wich is a real blast from the past and Blood Dragon wich ranks up there with the original Duke Nukem in terms of good old FPS laugh action! Ubi is really on the right track!

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          February 6, 2014 11:07 PM

          Very true. Ubisoft seems to be moving in the right direction. I have no problem with big studios producing block buster titles like Assassins Creed, but it's great to see them balance it out with creative titles and nostalgia bags like M&MX that probably don't generate a great deal of income. The currency they generate is that of player appreciation and loyalty.

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      February 7, 2014 12:12 AM

      Hopefully this game is good. Don't know much about it, but UbiArt Framework from Michel Ancel's steam is so awesome.

      I have loved playing Rayman Legends so it will be nice to see this.

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