Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Digital Reality

Bang Bang Racing launches, tearing up 360, PS3 circuit

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Digital Reality, known for the aerial racer SkyDrift and stylish 2D shooter Sine Mora, has released their latest download-only arcade racer, Bang Bang Racing.

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PC News, PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News

Sine Mora to bring its time-warping shooting action to PS Vita

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Sine Mora, the shooter from Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture that has become a bit of a staff favorite since release, will be making the move from the 360 to the PS Vita “soon.” The handheld version will include a new character from Border Down and Under Defeat developer G.rev. Wilhelmine Muller, herself from the world of Border Down, will be sporting a new sub-weapon, the UD Bomb.

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PlayStation Vita News

(Xbox 360 Review) Sine Mora

(Xbox 360 Review) Sine Mora

“A rigidly strict shooter set amidst a fluctuating cloud of random power-ups and chameleon-like bullets, Sine Mora is at once infuriating and addictive.”

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Xbox 360 Reviews

Sine Mora brings side-scrolling shooting action to 360

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Sine Mora, a new shooter from Digital Reality and Grasshopper Manufacture, is now available on Live Arcade for the 360. Dubbed a “dieselpunk shoot ‘em up,” the 1,200 MS Point exclusive features 60-plus plane combinations, time-altering devices, a score by Akira Yamaoka, and set pieces designed by Mahiro Maeda.

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Xbox 360 News

(Xbox 360 Review) SkyDrift

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“… SkyDrift is not for the faint of heart.”

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Xbox 360 Reviews

(Xbox 360 Review) Dead Block

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“On paper, Dead Block has some interesting ideas in the tower defense genre and a promisingly cheesy survive-against-zombies-in-the-50s aesthetic; in practice, it’s a tiresome bore.”

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Xbox 360 Reviews

Dead Block – map pack DLC launches on Live Arcade

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Candygun Games’ Dead Block, a tower defense-style game set around a zombie apocalypse, has received its first DLC pack on Live Arcade. Now available for 240 MS Points, the pack includes four new levels (Motel, Office Building, Slaughterhouse, and Turkish Bath) that are playable in both single and multiplayer modes. Also included are customized intro cutscenes and updated leaderboards.

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DLC, Xbox 360 News

Dead Block now on PS Network, grab the hammers and guns

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Candygun Games’ Dead Block, styled a ‘zombie defense game,’ recently launched on Live Arcade and now it’s the PS3’s turn. Publisher Digital Reality has sent word that the undead have reached PSN and are clamoring for some bra(aaaaaaa)ins.

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PlayStation 3 News

Dead Block lurches onto Live Arcade

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Digital Reality and Candygun Games’ Dead Block is now available on Live Arcade for 800 MS Points. The ‘zombie defense’ release will take players back to 1950 as one of three characters trying to survive in the face of an undead apocalypse. Boy Scout Mike Bacon, construction worker Jack Foster, and meter maid Foxy Jones will have to fortify an area and fend off waves of zombie hordes by utilizing special attacks in addition to unlockable weapons and traps. Drop-in/drop-out play is also supported so that up to four players can co-op the undead to redeath.

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Xbox 360 News

Dead Block release date, price announced

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Digital Reality has sent word that Dead Block, Candygun Games’ upcoming ‘zombie defense game,’ will be going for the head next month when it launches for the 360 and PS3. Set to release on Live Arcade on July 6 and PS Network on July 20, the undead action is said to be a “campy and humor-filled title that mixes zombie killing with tactical defense strategies.” Players are taken back to the 1950s shortly after a zombie apocalypse as one of three survivors: Boy Scout Mike Bacon, construction worker Jack Foster, and meter maid Foxy Jones. Each must fortify an area against waves of zombie hordes, utilizing special attacks as well as unlockable weapons and traps. Drop-in/drop-out play will also be supported so that up to four players can co-op the undead to redeath.

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PlayStation 3 News, Xbox 360 News