Hucast Games, developer of the recently released Redux: Dark Matters, is at work on the upcoming indie Dreamcast game The Ghost Blade. Four new screens, as well as a photo taken of the game in action, were recently shared on the developer’s blog. Fans, including our own The Gagaman, complained of low resolution graphics in the recently released Redux, which might explain why Hucast shared a close up shot of The Ghost Blade showing off what Hucast promises is an all new engine that will take advantage of the Dreamcast’s RAM better leading to high-res graphics.
Expected to release in October 2014, the game is currently in an alpha state, and Hucast promises that they will be “adding more enemies to give the game a blasting Caravan shooting game thrill!”.
2 responses to “Hucast Games reveal new screens from the upcoming indie SEGA Dreamcast game ‘The Ghost Blade’”
It definitely looks good, and despite the mess that became of the ReDux Kickstarter I’m still looking forward to this. Let’s see if they can hit that release date.
In respect to The Gagaman’s disappointment of ReDux’s graphics: I think everyone in general isn’t disappointed in the graphic fidelity per se but more so that we were lied to up until the game’s release and Hellwig didn’t see why we’re upset.
Oh… a shooter… what a refreshing surprise..