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Deadlight heading to Steam later this month

Features "improved graphics, a new nightmare mode and the full OST."

2D survival/platformer horror-show Deadlight is coming to PC via Steam on 25th October, developer Tequila Works has announced.

The game was previously an XBLA exclusive as part of Microsoft's Summer of Arcade line-up.

The game takes place in an post-apocalyptic 1986 along the US Pacific Coast. The PC version will feature "improved graphics, a new nightmare mode and the full OST."

Our Martin Robinson liked Deadlight, but found it somewhat "slight" at a scant two hours, and felt it carried a "bloated price tag." Still he gave it a 7/10 in his review and said it was "a worthy successor to other 2D XBLA adventures, but in the end you can't help feeling that this one could have done with a little more depth."

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