Moscow, Russia (30th July) – Buka Entertainment and Epic LLama are pleased to announce that “Darkestville Castle” is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on 13th August.
A graphic adventure inspired by the genre’s greats, Darkestville Castle drops players into the pointed shoes of skeletal demon Cid who enjoys nothing more than sharpening his teeth and unleashing evil deeds onto the people of Darkestville. A playable demo is already available on all formats.
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This announcement glares back at you, staring deep into your soul. Before you break your gaze, you learn that Darkestville Castle is priced at $14.99 USD / 14.99 € / £11.99.
This press release is already open. What do you think you’re reading right now? If it wasn’t open how else would you have discovered that Darkestville Castle has English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Russian subtitles and interface options?
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Hunting for more juicy news, huh? Sadly we don’t know the long-lost secret of Simian Archipelago either, but here’s a little bonus extra Darkestville Castle info since you’re keen: pre-orders are now live on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
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Hate to break it to you, but you do realise your screen can’t talk back… right?
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Fine. Did we tell you already that Darkestville Castle is rated ‘Very Positive’ on Steam by its players?
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You won’t find a repeating conversation loop here.
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Look, I’m busy, but if you’re desperate to speak with somebody who still has meat wrapped around their skeleton, then go pester this guy about Darkestville Castle:
Darkestville Castle will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on 13th August.
About Buka Entertainment
Buka Entertainment, based in Moscow, publishes, distributes and develops computer and video games for all platforms since 1993. Today Buka is one of the biggest Russian PC games publishers, localizers, console video games distributors, and digital distributors in the country. Buka publishes thoughtfully crafted games and software, distributing them throughout Russia and CIS alongside partnerships with Microsoft, Valve, Square Enix, Koch Media and other leading publishers. The latest projects developed by Buka Entertainment – Red Comrades, Darkestville Castle and High Noon VR quickly won over the hearts of both casual and hardcore gamers.
About Epic LLama
Epic LLama is an indie game company from Cordoba, Argentina. The team has been making games for over ten years (a lot of flash browser games were made in our early years, such as browser arena-RPG Champions Of Chaos 1 and 2, puzzle/strategy game Bro Team and the notoriously tough Rodriguez Revenge) with exceptional love to their work and the game industry itself. Thanks to Darkestville Castle the team had an opportunity to meet Ron Gilbert in person and see him play the game. Hernan Lopez, Epic LLama warchief, says: “It was so awesome to see one of our game industry heroes actually enjoy and laugh at our stupid game jokes”.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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