Remastered 2003 platform game Voodoo Vince will be released on Windows PC and Xbox One on April 18, according to an announcement from developer Beep.
A new trailer was released yesterday (above), showing how the game — previously only available on the original Xbox — is looking now that it's been reforged to run with enhanced visuals at 1080p resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio and 60 fps refresh rate. It's still got that murky look that players will recall from the early part of the last decade.
Starring a voodoo doll and set in a magical New Orleans, the puzzle-platformer was never available via backwards compatibility programs.
Although one of the Xbox's lesser-known exclusive games, it was received reasonably well in its lifetime, garnering average review scores of 73 percent, according to Metacritic. In a 2014 interview, Xbox head Phil Spencer recalled it as his favorite game, because it was the first game he completed with his daughters.