You may remember that Press Play - the Danish studio behind Max: The Curse of Brotherhood and Kalimba - was taking a slightly different direction for its next game. Not just because it wasn't going to be a charming, magnificent platformer for once, but because the public got to vote for their favourite of three potential new titles.
The votes have now been totted up, and the winner was Project: Knoxville, an intriguing-sounding multiplayer survival-action game, set amongst the events of some grotesque, futuristic game show. Inspired by The Running Man and The Hunger Games, you'll be scavenging for weapons, fighting off AI enemies and making shaky, easily-broken alliances with your fellow human players. It sounds horrible, just the way we like it.