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Devolver Digital, one of our favourite publishers of indie fare, is back with another slice of 80s nostalgia in the form of developer Fourattic's Crossing Souls. A pixel slice of gold that also blends retro Saturday morning cartoon aesthetics with many a pop culture reference.

DeLorean? Check. Ghostbusters? Check. Stand By Me? Check. And so much more.

Crossing Souls takes us all back to the good old days of 1986 in California and tells the incredible story of a group of friends who will live the summer of their lives after uncovering a mysterious artifact whose powers they don’t fully understand but will change their lives forever. These remarkable kids will defy the laws of nature to interact between two planes of reality: life and death.

Looks and sounds awesome. Crossing Souls is set to arrive on PlayStation 4 and PC February 13, 2018.

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