Game news Little Big Adventure: The Cult Franchise Returns To PC And Consoles, First Details!
Little Big Adventure is not just anyone in the video game landscape: his two works, published in the 1990s, shaped their generation and had a major impact on French video games. In 2021, the series announces its comeback with a great deal of noise.
It’s a nice surprise that we didn’t expect. Little Big Adventure, a small cult series from the 90s, has just confirmed its return with a new project developed by 2.21. The latter is a new independent French studio founded by three video game veterans: Benoît Limare (former CEO of Sicara), Gwenaëlle Gourevich (co-founder of Air Studio and Didier Chanfray (co-founder of Little Big Adventure)).
In the creative part we also find the well-known Frédérick Raynal, who is behind the birth of Little Big Adventure, but also Alone in the Dark
However, Patience is required for this new chapter, the development of which … has not even begun. Anyway, the site is good and really on the right track as 2.21 is specially designed for the occasion. This third sequence is therefore by design “on PC and consoles”, initially without further details.
As a reminder Little Big Adventure is a title developed by French Adeline Software International and published on MS-DOS in 1994 before being ported to PlayStation three years later. We embody the adventures of Twinsen on the fictional planet Twinsun, which is dominated by an unfriendly dictator named FunFrock. When it was released, Little Big Adventure was well known for its colorful adventure backed up by a dense storyline, modern action, and well-mastered platform elements. The software quickly gained its reputation as a cult game, from which Little Big Adventure 2 emerged in 1997. Our curiosity about this new game is therefore aroused.
By Max_Cagnard, Journalist igamesnews.com