Midnight City, Majesco's indie publishing arm, is bringing racer Krautscape and brawler Double Dragon: Neon to Steam as well as Slender: The Arrival to consoles, the company announced today.
Krautscape and Double Dragon: Neon will be available for Windows PC while Slender: The Arrival will be published for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 through the Xbox Games Store and PlayStation Network. All three titles will cost $9.99 each and are slated to launch in the first quarter of this year.
Mario von Rickenbach's Krautscape is racing title in which players drive along tracks to collect points and take to the air to avoid obstacles. Each track is generated by the vehicle in the first place, building itself out as players drive so no two tracks are alike. The game also features a number of different modes, including a speed challenge mode.
Double Dragon: Neon is a reboot of the original 1987 classic side-scrolling beat em up. For the Windows PC version of the title, developer Abstraction has added a new online co-op mode that allows players to share health and power as well as revive each other.
The console versions of Slender: The Arrival will also include new content. Blue Isle Studios created two new levels that will "delve deeper into the lives of those Slender Man has touched." These new levels will tell the story of Slender Man's victims through flashbacks, putting players in their terrified shoes. Blue Isle also plans to release these two new levels as a free update for the PC version after their console launch.
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