Drake Hollow is out now on Steam and the Microsoft Store for Windows for anyone familiar with this Xbox One title, or if you are completely new to it, like moi.
Village people: who doesn’t love ’em? I, for sure do – especially when they do as they’re told and harvest my resources for future expansions. That’s right, Drake Hollow is a village building survival extravaganza, not some 70s gay stereotypes.
The Molasses Flood have indirectly informed me their game is out on Steam and also in the Microsoft Store for Windows. A hit on the Xbox One, this is a cooperative village-building game where you have to protect villages of Drakes, so they can free up time to release seminal hip-hop albums.
Fortunately, players can go solo too. If you’re a fan of co-op games, maybe you could consider Unrailed! as well. Me? I like to go it alone and given that Drake Hollow encourages exploration as well as the defending of your subjects with an array of weapons from tennis rackets(!) to rail guns. The game also has lore attached to it, and as you progress, you’ll ‘unravel the peculiar and ancient connection between The Hollow and our own world’.
I can only speak for myself, but I’m in. Are you? Here’s a trailer to persuade you:
Drake Hollow is out now on Steam and the Microsoft Store for Windows. Whatever that is.