Submitted by Arsenic13 808d ago | news

Malebolgia is a Ni No Nightmare

Rely on Horror: Ah, Steam Greenlight--a pool of excellent indie ideas and potential. Today's pickings, as always, comes from the horror genre. Taking place in the 19th century (and hell) Malebolgia caught my eye instantly due to its neat graphic style not seen too often in horror games. Malebolgia puts players into the armor of a fallen General as he works his way through a randomly generated demon fortress. (Indie, PC)

quenomamen  +   808d ago
We already know the strategy, sell an underpowered system by confusing people with " power of the cloud " 150MHz CPU speed hike, 8 gigs DDR3 better than 8 gigs DDR5 etc etc.

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