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Capcom and Airtight to Enter 'Dark Void'

At its Gamers Day event in London this week, Capcom announced Dark Void, an original IP developed by Airtight Games for undisclosed platforms. Airtight Games was founded in 2004 by many of the key developers behind Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge for Xbox, and also boasts Ed Fries, former VP of game publishing at Microsoft, as a co-founder.
As indicated by the leaked information on Wednesday, the brief trailer shown for Dark Void at the event depicted both sci-fi combat flight sequences and third-person action/shooter scenes, often with the main character utilizing a jetpack to navigate gravity-challenged environments.

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games4fun3383d ago (Edited 3383d ago )

is something i havent played in a long long time since when games werent even 3d, i remember this one game where you were on a jetpack and you made your own levels or played the ones alread given to you and it was an awesome platformer game. After awhile it got ridiculously hard.