Posts Tagged ‘Nightdive Studios’

Fresh cyber-hell awaits in new System Shock remake vid

System Shock

Back in March, we reported that the successfully-crowdfunded System Shock remake was rebooting development with a new central aesthetic. We’re starting to see that decision bear fruit, as the latest update for Kickstarter backers features a good chunk of new footage showing off the refreshed visuals, some new concept art, and a peek at some of the improvements they’re bringing to combat.

After the jump: A generously-portioned developer vlog video, giving us a broad peek at how development on the game is progressing, adorably presented in official Citadel Station audio-log format.

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Stomp-o! Turok 2 remaster coming in March

It’s still weird to me that the company behind the revival and resumption of System Shock is also giving us re-releases of games like Turok 2: Seeds of Evil [official site] but hey, that’s the rich tapestry of the 1990s. Now Nightdive have announced that they’ll release the remaster of Iguana Entertainment’s 1997 shooter on March 16th. This is Turok 2 expanded and rebuilt in a new engine, which means that yes, the claustrophobic distance fog has lifted. See for yourself in this new trailer: Read the rest of this entry »

Buy D On Steam And See What The ‘D’ Stands For

Psychological horror interactive movie and adventure game D┬áis one of those games from that wacky time in the mid-’90s when developers tried to blend the then-new ability to use full-motion video on PC and consoles with traditional video gaming into something coherent. It was a heady and strange time in the gaming world, one in which it looked as though the mediums of cinema and gaming were slowly becoming one. Thankfully, though, that didn’t happen, and the interactive movie fad died hard. But if you want to peek, hey, it was revived on GOG earlier this year and now it’s on Steam too. Read the rest of this entry »