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Deadlight Screens Are Grim & Gritty

Author:
Jonathan Lester
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News
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Platformer, Screenshots, Tequila Works, XBLA games, Xbox 360 games

Deadlight Screens Are Grim & Gritty

Tequila Works has unveiled some new screenshots for Deadlight: their post-apocalyptic platformer that was revealed earlier this year. The gritty art style and stylish use of silhouettes should help create a real sense of being truly alone in a hostile world gone mad.

Deadlight is slated for a 2012 release on XBLA, and we'll bring you more on Tequila Works' "original cinematic puzzle platformer" as we hear it. Screens below, announcement info here.

Deadlight Screens Are Grim & Gritty

Deadlight Screens Are Grim & Gritty

Deadlight Screens Are Grim & Gritty

Deadlight Screens Are Grim & Gritty

Deadlight Screens Are Grim & Gritty

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socialjeebus  Mar. 6, 2012 at 15:30

Is it wrong that I find the upcoming XBL/PSN releases (Journey, Jet Set Radio HD, Minecraft, I Am Alive, Retro City Rampage, etc) more exciting than their retail big brothers/sisters (ME3 aside!).

Plus I could probably pick up all those above for the cost of 1 regular retail game.

Last edited by socialjeebus, Mar. 6, 2012 at 15:35
JonLester  Mar. 6, 2012 at 15:39

Is it wrong that I find the upcoming XBL/PSN releases (Journey, Jet Set Radio HD, Minecraft, I Am Alive, Retro City Rampage, etc) more exciting than their retail big brothers/sisters (ME3 aside!).


Nope, it's so totally right, and we're right with you. The download marketplaces allow small teams of passionate people to create innovative and exceptional games, free from grasping shareholders and massive overheads.

We always do our best to give publicity to smaller, indie or boutique games here at Dealspwn - they're becoming so much more important with each passing month and year.

Last edited by JonLester, Mar. 6, 2012 at 15:40
socialjeebus  Mar. 6, 2012 at 15:56

The sad thing is that the big publishers seem to be so slow at catching on, and for retailers well an already bleak future looks even bleaker.

I just wish Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo would show the indie games the respect they deserve instead of treating them like well let's just say an afterthought at best.

Take this month's PS+ offering - I'm far more excited about getting Trine 2 for free (8.99 I think) than last month's Far Cry 2 (admittedly dirt cheap now, but a one time a full price game).

It'd be very interesting to see the financial arrangements regarding these offerings.

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