Small Spanish studio Tequila Works has opened up about the turbulent development of emotive exploration game Rime. It was a game announced with a bang as a PlayStation 4 exclusive in 2013, but it dropped exclusivity - dropped off the radar - and didn't materialise until May this year.
Deadlight is getting the remastered treatment with Deadlight: Directors Cut, publisher Deep Silver has announced.
It's due 21st June on Xbox One, PS4 and PC. This marks Deadlight's PlayStation debut.
The price has already been set at $19.99 (about £14).
The next two free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers will be stealthy adventure Hitman: Absolution and 2D survival-horror affair Deadlight, Microsoft has announced.
2D survival/platformer horror-show Deadlight is coming to PC via Steam on 25th October, developer Tequila Works has announced.
This year's Summer of Arcade promotion for Xbox Live Arcade has posted overall uninspiring sales, with Kinect Angry Birds-style game Wreckateer the worst-selling Summer of Arcade title in the promotion since at least 2009.
Wreckateer notched up just 6629 players during its first week on sale, Gamsutra reported, the worst total for a Summer of Arcade game since at least 2009.
(The promotion began in 2008, but there are no records to chart that year's sales.)
Deadlight could be this year's Limbo, this year's Shadow Complex - this year's Summer of Xbox Live Arcade stand-out hit.
This year's Xbox Live Summer of Arcade series gets underway on 18th July with Tony Hawk Pro Skater HD, Microsoft has announced.
There'll be one game a week for five weeks, with pretty side-scroller Dust: An Elysian Tail bringing things to a close on 15th August. In between, there's Angry Birds-esque Kinect thing Wreckateer, stylish apocalyptic platformer Deadlight and ambitious multiplayer FPS Hybrid.
Will any of this lot reach the same heights as last year's standouts Bastion and From Dust? Here's the full line-up with prices:
Microsoft exec Phil Spencer has just announced this year's Summer of Xbox Live Arcade line-up on G4TV.
Spooky platform puzzler Deadlight will be released on Xbox Live Arcade this summer, developer Tequila Works has announced.
Deadlight is set in a dark, apocalyptic version of 1980s America. First screenshots appear to show main character Randall Wayne silhouetted against various grim backdrops, wielding a gun and pickaxe.
Madrid-based developer Tequila Works was founded in late 2009. Deadlight is the indie outfit's first project and will be published by Microsoft Studios exclusively for XBLA.