Indie developer Duranik’s Sturmwind, published by redspotgames, releases today worldwide for the SEGA Dreamcast! We’ll spare you from retelling the long history the game had in development, because today should be a day of celebration. The glorious undead console has a new game! Couple Sturmwind with Dux 1.5, and April is quite an exciting month for indie Dreamcast game fans. Sturmwind can be had as either a standard edition or a limited edition. You can also find the game for sale at Play-Asia – in either the standard edition or limited edition. Have you ordered the game? Have you played it? Share your thoughts below.Ad:
5 responses to “Indie SEGA Dreamcast game Sturmwind releases today!”
Hm. My order, from Nov. 2011, still says processing on redspotgames’ website.
Music is catchy, really catchy.
Although I don’t know why none of the indie dc games ever have sound effects in the gameplay footage?
Why was this never reviewed? Or did I miss it? This is the greatest DC indie game yet, would’ve loved to read/see what you guys think about it.
Quite honestly I’ve been too busy with other games to get around to review it, I believe I’m the only writer aside from Gagaman who owns it.
Hopefully I’ll get a review of this, NEO XYX, and Redux posted in the near future.
Thanks for your answer. I’m very much looking forward to reading a review, maybe even seeing a video-review of it some day. I think it’s an incredible game and it is important that important websites like yours report about important games like sturmwind 😉
Keep up the good work!