Ary and the Secret of Seasons Reveals New Overview

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Back at E3, I got the opportunity to check out some really cool games being published by Modus Games. One was the beautiful RPG Cris Tales, and another was the colorful and creative Ary and the Secret of Seasons. It reminded me of a Zelda-styled game where you wander about, fighting giant monsters and using tools to progress. One of the best tools at your disposal in Ary, however, is manipulation of the elements themselves. I watched Ary freeze some water to scale icicles in one boss fight, and the scale of the game looks truly epic. Which is why it’s exciting that today Modus and developer eXiin revealed an overview trailer for Ary and the Secret of Seasons, which is slated to release on PC, PS4, Switch and Xbox One this summer.

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You can check out the trailer below, as well as the full press release. If you’re a fan of indies with unique mechanics, I’d make sure to put this game on your radar. It has a lot of potential.


Ary and the Secret of Seasons Releases New Overview Trailer

Bend Seasons to Your Will this Summer

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Walnut Creek, Calif. (Feb 26, 2020) – Indie publisher Modus Games and developer eXiin today announced Ary and the Secret of Seasons, the upcoming action adventure following a young girl’s courageous journey to mend her world’s disrupted seasons, will release this summer on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Steam.

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A new trailer accompanied today’s announcement, demonstrating protagonist Aryelle’s incredible ability to influence her surroundings by conjuring miniature seasonal biomes of spring, summer, autumn, and winter. This skill proves invaluable in her quest, allowing her to uncover secrets, slip aside once-impassable obstacles, and gain crucial advantages in battle.

In Ary and the Secret of Seasons, Ary accepts a calling her father is unable to answer, embarking in his place to resolve a sudden disparity between the once perfectly balanced seasons within the land of Valdi. Creating chasm-clearing platforms and aiding Valdi’s exasperated citizens is just the beginning for the potential carried in Ary’s power, which supports a sense of limitless discovery throughout the heroine’s engrossing story.

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About Modus Games
Modus Games is one of the fastest-growing video game publishers in the world. The label prides itself on providing AAA publishing services to talented independent developers across the globe. Modus Studios Brazil is a full-service development studio supporting creators of inspired interactive entertainment.

About eXiin and Fishing Cactus
eXiin is a fast-growing indie game company based in Brussels, Belgium. Since June 2016, eXiin is developing their new IP called Ary; the first game is “The Secret of Seasons.” To increase the scope of Ary and the Secret of Seasons, eXiin joined forces with one of the most experienced Belgian based game developer: Fishing Cactus.

Fishing Cactus has been developing games for almost a decade and share with eXiin a certain taste for innovation. Fishing Cactus counts over 50 released titles and a crew of 22 developers. Fishing Cactus is behind the successful atypical typing RPG Epistory: Typing Chronicles and handcrafts smart games with soul.

About Josh Speer

Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.