Let's continue with downloadable games, as Atari has just announced a game based on the comic book series Blade Kitten, coming in september on XBLA, PSN and PC.
Lyon, France — July 7, 2010 — Atari Europe, one of the world’s most recognized videogame publishers, announced today the upcoming European launch of Blade Kitten, the videogame based on the comic book series by creator Steve Stamatiadis. Developed by Krome Studios, Blade Kitten brings the world of bounty hunter Kit Ballard to life and will launch this September on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation ®Network, and Windows PC Download at Atari.com.
“We are pleased to announce the upcoming launch of Blade Kitten for Xbox LIVE Arcade, Playstation®Network and PC Download”, said John Burns, Vice President and General Manager for Atari Europe. “With its colourful anime inspired universe, simple pick up and play arcade action and intuitive scramble style exploration Blade Kitten is destined to become one of the hot digital releases of 2010”
Blade Kitten marks the latest creation by Mr. Stamatiadis, the force behind the multi-million selling TY the Tasmanian Tiger series. In Blade Kitten, a prequel to the comics set three years prior; players are invited into the world of Hollow Wish where they take on the role of Kit Ballard, one of the best bounty hunters in the business. With her pink hair and tail, Kit is part cat, part girl - and fully lethal. As one of the last of her species, Kit commands her unique “Darque Blade” hovering sword to defeat enemies. Also along for the ride is Skiffy, Kit’s laid-back sidekick who lends a hand in collecting items, solving puzzles, and when needed, serves as Kit’s protector.
Blade Kitten goes beyond most downloadable titles to deliver a strong narrative, with high-quality cinematics, and a colourful, frenetic visual style, that lends to the pick-up-and-play arcade action. Players will jump right in and easily begin exploring and fighting their way through 19 levels, including three exploration levels with Noot (a rideable alien mount). Blade Kitten also features innovative gameplay mechanics, intuitive “scramble style” exploration, fully voiced dialogue, dramatic narrative and a powerful distinct anime-inspired visual direction.
For more information, please log onto www.atari.com and www.bladekitten.com
i did son goku on paint, son. and i was good at it. (1 Hour ago)
@Melmoth: Makes sense. You always suck at stuff you haven't done before :P (12 Hours ago)
star wars ships or castles in interesting angles without breaking a sweat. (12 Hours ago)
@Megido: i drew a lot of sailing ships, but remember not being very happy with them as i didn't manage to do perspective properly. my dad who's an architect could just quickly sketch these.. (12 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: Well, maybe not from when youa re TOO young obviously, but when you start being able to see what you were doing and thinking back in the day through the shit you drew or wrote and such :) (12 Hours ago)
@Megido: my mom kept a lot of handdrawings from when i was a kid. Nothing very exciting :) (12 Hours ago)