Rogue Games and Plot Twist unveiled their latest creation, The Last Case of Benedict Fox, during last summer’s Xbox & Bethesda Showcase 2022.
This metroidvania game heavily draws inspiration from the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and black jazz music. The game is now available on Xbox and PC, with a launch trailer that promises an unforgettable adventure.
Matt Casamassina, the CEO of Rogue Games, recently took to the Xbox blog to discuss The Last Case of Benedict Fox. He describes the game as a Lovecraftian adventure game, with Gothic and Art Deco elements in its art direction, providing an early 20th-century vibe alongside supernatural elements such as tentacles and occult spirits.
The game follows the story of Detective Benedict Fox, who is accompanied by a demonic companion that allows him to explore the memories of the dead. Players can develop their skills with an evolving skill tree to add a layer of strategy to the game.
The Last Case of Benedict Fox takes players on an unforgettable journey to the early 20th century, where they can uncover secrets and unravel a mystery with their demonic companion.
With its captivating storyline, Lovecraftian atmosphere, and stunning art direction, this game promises to be an exciting adventure for fans of the metroidvania genre.
The game is now available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, and is included in the Game Pass subscription. So, if you are a fan of metroidvania games or Lovecraftian horror, don’t miss the chance to play The Last Case of Benedict Fox and immerse yourself in its thrilling world.
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