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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 05:13pm 14/06/17 | 0 Comments
As a publisher of very cool looking indie games, Devolver Digital came to E3 this year with a goal to make a name for itself in the E3 Press Conference stakes. With a presentation that was light on games, and heavy on violent dark humour. All in all it served as the perfect antidote to the usual spectacle we've come to expect.

Fair warning, things take a turn. Imagine E3 by the way of Adult Swim.



So good. And we got a new look at one of the publisher's upcoming visually stunning titles -- Ruiner. Plus, a new top-down Serious Sam bullet-hell.



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