Articles tagged with: Dark Void
Capcom’s financial results for the year ended 31 March don’t make pleasant reading; the company have reported a 73% fall in profits to £494.4m as annual sales dropped by 27% to 16m.
The company blame the “sluggish” sales on the delays for Super Street Fighter IV, Lost Planet 2 and the oversees release of Monster HunterTri which all slipped into the next fiscal year.
Capcom have announced DLC for their January game, Dark Void.
So what can we expect from them this time?
By now we hope you’ve checked out the Dark Void demo available on the PSN.
Our take on the bite-sized sample of Capcom’s upcoming jet-pack centric adventure is that it feels a little like Uncharted meets The Rockateer.
In the latest developer diary, however, the team talk about just how fresh and new the property actually is. From the “nuances of performance”, to how the studio itself is a mix of old heads and new blood.
In preparation for the game’s release on the 19th of January in North America, and 22nd in Europe, a new Dark Void trailer has been released.
In this trailer which you can watch above, the producers demonstrate the game’s ground combat.
Capcom has just announced that there will be a demo for their latest title, Dark Void.
Capcom has just released what they are calling the “final” Dark Void cinematic trailer before the game releases in January.
Dark Void is everywhere here at Gamescom in Cologne with pretty much every taxi you can see plastered with advertisements for the sci-fi vertical shooter.
For good reason too as our friends over at Capcom have just provided the shortest of updates declaring the jet-pack featuring action title for a Jaunary 12th release in NA. Europe can expect to get some empty gloomy goodness a mere three days later.
Either Modern Warfare-itis has now reached pandemic proportions or studios are really falling down when it comes to sticking to their development plans.
Joining the ranks of Max Payne 3, Bayonetta and pretty much every other game you were hoping to get your mitts on over the holidays, Dark Void will now be held back until the less busy (ironically now more busy considering the other delays) period of Q1 2010.
The people at Capcom have been tinkering away on Dark Void for quite some time now, with the game encompassing a number of themes and taking cues from several well-known games and movies.
In the latest video for the project, the brains behind the operation talk about the influences which have affected the game and how it has changed since the original concept was first floated.
We’ve got our hands on fourteen new Dark Void screenshots that have tickled our fancy. What do you think? Are you looking forward to the Capcom alternate history sci-fi game?