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  • Blog Post: Murdered: Soul Suspect Coming Right Before E3

    Square Enix has put an expiration date on the life of detective Ronan O’Connor. Murdered: Soul Suspect will be arriving in June just before E3. The title, which is under development at Airtight Games, has been given a June 3 release date here in North America. The story is a supernatural murder... More
  • Blog Post: Murdered: Soul Suspect Coming In June, PS4 Version Confirmed

    Yesterday, Microsoft gave us a new look at Murdered: Soul Suspect on the Xbox One. When we reached out to Square Enix about a PS4 version, we were told to “stay tuned.” Square Enix has confirmed that PlayStation 4 owners won’t be left out on the spectral murder mystery. The title will... More
  • Blog Post: Ouya Gets Soul Fjord, Exclusive Title From Airtight Games

    Airtight Games is following up the success of Quantum Conundrum with a title exclusively for the Android-based Ouya console. Soul Fjord is a mashup blending Norse mythology and 70s funk music. The developer diary below doesn't reveal too much about the title, or how its rhythm-based combat is executed... More
  • Blog Post: Ouya Shipping March 28

    The Kickstarted Android gaming console will start shipping out to Kickstarter backers on March 28. Ouya also announced its recruitment of thatgamecompany co-founder Kellee Santiago to head up developer relations for the $99 console. "Ouya gets it. This is the first console company that really understands... More
  • Blog Post: Quantum Conundrum Developer Announces iOS Puzzle Game

    Airtight Games, the developer behind Dark Void and Quantum Conundrum, recently announced it was working on a mobile puzzle game for iPhone and iPad called PIXLD. PIXLD looks like a unique take on matching puzzle games. Players are pitted against the clock as they tap PIXL to change their color -- and... More
  • Blog Post: Quantum Conundrum Hits This Summer

    Square Enix said today the new puzzle title from Airtight Games is coming this summer to Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, and PC. Players will use the Inter-Dimensional Shift Device to alter the world's dimensions to progress through the levels. Kim Swift, the game's designer, previously helped... More
  • Blog Post: Airtight Games Staffing Up For New Title

    Airtight Game’s first title, Dark Void, released to fairly mild reception, but we saw a lot of promise in the title. Last year, ex-Valve employee and one of the designers behind the original Portal, Kim Swift, joined the company, but it looks like Airtight has started to ramp up development for... More
  • Blog Post: Capcom Reveals Disappointing Dark Void, Bionic Commando Sales

    It’s certainly no secret that last year’s Bionic Commando reboot and new IP Dark Void were both disappointments to Capcom, but an article in the Financial Times has quantified those feelings with actual numbers. According to the report , Bionic Commando sold 700,000 copies, while Dark Void... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Void Zero Began As A Joke

    Capcom’s faux-lost 8-bit gem, Dark Void Zero, is set to come to DSiWare in 2010. The retro rocket pack adventure seems like a perfect fit for Capcom’s recent old school trends, but according to Capcom-Unity’s manager, Seth Killian, the game started as a humorous "what if."... More
  • Blog Post: New Dark Void Trailer Packs A Punch

    Capcom's newest trailer for Dark Void hones in on all the key features of the jet-setting third-person shooter. Watch as Will takes to the sky and hijacks flying saucers, pilots biplanes, and faces off against behemoth bosses. There's even robot-face-punching action. This is one of the best Dark... More
  • Blog Post: Portal Team Lead Joins Airtight Games

    Kim Swift, who acted as team lead for Valve’s Portal, has accepted a position at Airtight Games, the developers of the upcoming action game, Dark Void. Other than Portal, Swift worked on both Left 4 Dead and its sequel. In her new role at Airtight, she’s being given the chance to build her... More
  • Blog Post: New Dark Void Trailer Highlights The Watchers

    The latest trailer from Capcom and Airtight Games' Dark Void shows off the game's bizarre baddies, the Watchers. Good luck making any sense out of it, though. It's kind of a jumbled mess of edits and action that appears to have been picked at random. At any rate, it's worth watching.... More
  • Blog Post: Dark Void Developer Diary Dissects Characters

    Dark Void’s January 12th release date is slowly but surely sneaking up on us. In preparation for the grand adventure, developer Airtight Games is offering would-be rocketeers a peek into “The Void” and the characters within. This diary dives into the characters of Dark Void, and offers... More
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