|Platform Win, Mac||Publisher N/A||Developer Parsec Productions||Release Date 2013-03-26|
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By Alexa Ray Corriea on Jan 08, 2014 01.08.14
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...
By Samit Sarkar on Oct 21, 2013 10.21.13
Slender: The Arrival, the spooky survival horror title based on the Something Awful myth of the Slender Man, will be available Oct. 28 via Steam on Windows PC, just in time for Halloween. The Steam version is being published by Midnight City, the indie label created by Majesco Entertainment earlier this year. Slender: The Arrival co-developers Blue Isle Studios and Parsec Productions originally released the game independently this past March on PC and Mac, but no Mac version is listed on the game's Steam page. Slender: The Arrival does support the Oculus Rift. Midnight City also confirmed today that it is planning to bring Slender: The Arrival to unspecified consoles in the first quarter of 2014. Slender: The Arrival stars a real estate agent named Laura who's helping her friend Kate...
By Jenna Pitcher on Oct 15, 2013 10.15.13
Slender: The Arrival, Parsec Productions and Blue Isle Studios' sequel to the Something Awful meme-turned-video game Slender: The Eight Pages, is slated to hit Steam on Halloween with new content, according to a newsletter issued by the game's developers. A specific release date and details about the new content was not provided in the announcement. Released on PC earlier this year, Slender: The Arrival is a collaboration between Blue Isle Studios and the developers of the original Slender title, Parsec Productions. Slender: The Arrival was developed as the official re-imagining of Slender: The Eight Pages. It consists of the same gameplay found in the original, incorporating improved visuals, more content, more levels and "an engaging storyline." Blue Isle Studios announced via its...
By Samit Sarkar on Aug 29, 2013 08.29.13
Midnight City, a new division of publisher Majesco Entertainment, will serve as a publishing label for indie developers looking to bring their games to the masses, Majesco announced today. The label will be run by Casey Lynch, former editor-in-chief of IGN, and Doug Kennedy, former president and CEO of Reverb Communications and Reverb Publishing. "Over the years we have seen tons of really great games coming from smaller independent studios and our vision at Midnight City is to offer these games and development teams a wide range of services and support," said Lynch in a press release announcing Midnight City. "We're here to help with everything from first-party relations, QA, promotion and community building and to put a spotlight on the titles while freeing the development teams to...
By Emily Gera on Feb 11, 2013 02.11.13
Slender: The Arrival, the upcoming sequel to the Something Awful meme-turned-video game Slender: The Eight Pages, is now available for pre-order on the official Blue Isle Studios store, granting beta access to those who order the game ahead of time. Those who pre-order have the opportunity to purchase the game for up to 50 percent discount, with payment options that range from a mere $5.00 to a $60.00 Producer's Edition. Users who purchase the game on launch day can expect to pay $10.00 for the title. You can pre-order the game here for $5.00, $10.00, $15.00, $25.00 or $60.00, with each option featuring its own individual reward sets. Slender: The Arrival is scheduled to hit PC on March 26th.
By Emily Gera on Dec 24, 2012 12.24.12
Blue Isle Studios has released the first official teaser trailer for the sequel to cult PC horror game Slender: The Eight Pages, showing off its improved graphics and in-game footage of a new nightmarish enemy. Slender: The Arrival is the collaborative effort between Blue Isle Studios and the developer behind the original video game, Parsec Productions. Earlier in the month Blue Isle announced its plans to work with the writers of the Marble Hornets YouTube series, a live-action webseries that first introduced the Slender Man mythos. Both the webseries and the game series are based on concepts first created on the SomethingAwful forums. Slender: The Arrival is scheduled to launch on PC in early 2013.
By Megan Farokhmanesh on Dec 02, 2012 12.02.12
Blue Isle Studios and Parsec Procutions will team up with the creators of the Marble Hornets YouTube series to write the storyline for their upcoming game, Slender: The Arrival. Blue Isle announced the collaboration with writers Joseph DeLage, Troy Wagner and Tim Sutton via their official website. Alex Tintor, founder of Blue Isle Studios, said that the collaboration will help take the game to a new level. "This partnership is exactly what the fans have been asking for, and we couldn't be happier to work with the Marble Hornets team to deliver the best experience possible," Tintor said. Slender: The Arrival is an experimental horror game announced on Sept. 21. The game is a sequel to the original Slender, which was based concepts created over at the SomethingAwful forums. The Arrival'...