The lights are on
The publisher behind such hits as Zumba Fitness World Party and Hulk Hogan's Main Event is prepping to enter the indie game movement with a new publishing label called Midnight City.
Majesco says that its new division will focus on bringing independent games to market through digital distribution systems like XBLA, PSN, and other PC downloadable sites. The company has hired on former editor-in-chief of IGN Casey Lynch, and former president and CEO of press relations company Reverb Communications Doug Kennedy to help lead the project.
Midnight City also announced its first lineup of ten games, which it will be showing off this weekend at the Penny Arcade Expo. Here's a breakdown of the company's upcoming games:
We'll be attending PAX this weekend, so stay tuned for more news regarding the upcoming show. Looking for some indie games to play right now? Check out our live of five absurd indie games that you can download today.
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That name, font, and overall logo make me want to crank up the Drive soundtrack.
Super Rad Raygun: The Lost Levels sounds the best.
I still can't believe any of the Kinect dancing games were hits. Though I guess I should give them props for being the best at showing the Kinect's potential.