Tagged: Deadlight

First announced back in 2013, it was RiME's 2014 Gamescom trailer that really stole our hearts - telling the tale of a young boy who must use his wits and ingenuity to survive and ultimately escape from a mysterious island and a terrible curse. Immediately winning our "Cutest Warthog Ever In A Trailer" award (yes, that's a real thing, move over Pumbaa) we were somewhat crestfallen at Tequila Works' decision to publish the title as a PS4 exclusive. After that, things went quiet on the RiME front, but now it's been officially confirmed that the former PS4-exclusive title will be released ... Read More »
You'd assume that a Director’s Cut of a video game would add a lot more significant content than a vastly underwhelming survival mode, but Deadlight developers Tequila Works seemed to miss that memo. Apparently, some concept art, the aforementioned survival mode and a higher difficulty level are enough to suffice. Actually, that does sound significant on paper, but in reality it’s not, and that’s especially true if you’ve already played Deadlight before. That being said, those who have yet to experience Deadlight before will find a good slice of post-apocalyptic platforming action. Thrust into the hiking boots of one Randall ... Read More »
Fans of the survival horror genre probably remember Tequila Work's classic game Deadlight from the days of the Xbox 360. Well now an updated version is set top be released onto the Xbox One on June 21. Or according to the developer and publisher it is anyway. The enhanced @Deadlightgame: Director's Cut is coming to PC/XB1/PS4 on June 21 with a new brand Survival Arena! https://t.co/S9eDkMv1Gf — Deep Silver (@deepsilver) March 21, 2016 Deadlight: Directors Cut is a 2.5D side scrolling survival horror game that will have you glued to the edge of your seat. Set in 1986 in a ... Read More »

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