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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 602d ago | news

A Game Inspired By All Your Other Favourite Games

Kotaku: "I blended classic Zelda and dark science fiction and drank the ensuing mixture", writes indie developer John S Park, aka 6e6e6e. "It was Radio the Universe."

And it looks terrific.

"Players will feel aesthetic and gameplay influences from titles like Yume Nikki, Symphony of the Night, Hotline Miami, and Dark Souls", Park adds describing his own game, "with a tinge of 2D JRPGs thrown into the mix. RtU is a challenging and atmospheric sci-fi game with SNES-style visuals and a sinister, offbeat narrative." (Culture)

bunfighterii  +   602d ago
Lost me with snes style visuals. As much praise as they get I just can't dig throwback titles.
ziggurcat  +   602d ago
kraptaku down voted.
Bimkoblerutso  +   602d ago
Game looks pretty friggin awesome. Let's not let the source of the article cloud that fact.

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