Posts Tagged ‘Delphine’

The Quest To Reclaim Identity: Flashback Dev’s Subject 13

By Alec Meer on June 18th, 2014.

The CV of Paul Cuisset, lead designer of Flashback (plus the oft-infuriating but semi-brilliant Future Wars), is a bewildering one. King of the world after Flashback, surely, yet his follow-up to it was Shaq Fu. While that no doubt bought him a mansion made of solid gold basketballs, his titles since suggest a slow decline, with his once-great studio Delphine Software International closing down in 2004. Follow-up company VectorCell met an abrupt end in 2008 after a Flashback remake and disastrous horror game AMY failed to generate requisite digital funbucks.

I would have predicted a Kickstarter any moment now, but looks like he’s instead gone traditional and partnered up with a publisher for his next effort, Subject 13, which is billed as a return to his acclaimed sci-fi adventure roots.
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Voulez-Vous Un Remake De Flashback?

By Alec Meer on January 22nd, 2013.

Flashback est un jeu vidéo de 1992 par Delphine, et est le best-seller de fabrication française de jeu de tous les temps. Beaucoup ont demandé à plusieurs reprises une nouvelle version de celui-ci, après le troisième match a été annulé.

Je me souviens que la recherche Flashback magnifique mais étant légèrement irritant pour jouer, donc je ne suis probablement pas la bonne personne pour écrire cet article. Cependant, il semble un remake qui se passe, selon Gameblog.fr , qui a une image présumée d’un “HD” version de ce jeu d’action populaire.
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