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Post by Dan @ 11:48am 03/05/11 | 3 Comments
Among the weekend (a long one for us QLD'ers) videos is another clip from EA for Shadows of the Damned, the upcoming action game from the Japanese team at Grasshopper Manufacture, headed up by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami and Suda 51, the avant garde developer of Killer 7 and No More Heroes.

This latest video is a developer diary, that shows off the game's very unique punk rock aesthetic and art direction as well as the general eccentricities of the two developers. Even the English translator's they've employed seem rather unconventional. Check it out below or click here for the HD option.

Shadows of the Damned is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on June 9th 2011.






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Thundercracker
Posted 01:08pm 03/5/11
That was unintentionally hilarious :D
Khel
Posted 01:31pm 03/5/11
I don't think it was unintentional
groganus
Posted 09:09pm 03/5/11
I spose they had todo something to keep people watching the video...

in saying that, im glad i did, that big boner gun made me LOL.
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