Following the success of last week’s BelgianGamesCafe in Brussels, Belgian national press has published some nice stories about the games on offer. Both De Morgen en Het Laatste Nieuws published an article (in Dutch) on the seven most promising Belgian indie titles in development, featuring proud FLEGA members Pajama Llama Games (Flotsam) and Rusty Bolt (Revolve). Unfortunately Glowfish Interactive (Trifox), another promising member of the FLEGA family, was sorely overlooked.
If you weren’t able to make it yourself, check out some pictures or this video to see what you missed out on.
In other mainstream media news, Ketnet aired the first episode of Boeva & The Games. Together with his geek squad, stand-up comedian William Boeva takes kids and their parents on a trip through the magical realm of video games. You can rewatch the first episode here. This is the first time the public broadcast in Flanders has experimented with an original video game format, and we sincerely hope this opens the door for more opportunities aimed at different audiences.
Last but not least, financial daily De Tijd published a story on the early access launch of Divinity: Original Sin 2 by FLEGA sponsor Larian Studios.