Nightdive Studios, known for reimagining classic FPS titles, is teasing a capability dug out of grave Remastered on Twitter.
By now, Nightdive mastered again doom 64handjob Turok 1 and 2, and System Shock: Remastered. According to a tease from the Nightdive CEO on Twitter, the next project will be dug out of grave. The game was also known as powerslave in North America.
Lobotomy Software was originally published and released as First Person Shooter (FPS) dug out of grave On a Sega Saturn in 1996. The game was set in ancient Egypt and played like other typical FPS titles at the time. However, when dug out of grave Released on PlayStation 1, it played more like a combination of an FPS and a Metroidvania title, with players gaining abilities that allowed them to explore previously inaccessible areas.
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Nightdive developer Samuel Villarreal released an unofficial remake dug out of grave For PC in 2015. The port incorporated the Metroidvania style of the console versions and made it available for PC players.
However, the remake was removed, and now only the source code remains. While users can turn it into a playable state, only dedicated fans will want to put in the necessary effort.
Anyone interested can find the original DOS version of dug out of grave under its North American name on GOG.com powerslave. This version does not include any console features or additions to the unofficial remaster.
It’s unclear which version of the Nightdive game to remaster, but it’s likely to be officially unveiled next month at the Realm’s Deep Show. It’s a celebration of retro FPS titles released by 3D Realms and it would be fitting for the announcement.
celesteK’s audio designer has released a detailed breakdown on Twitter detailing how the game’s unique dialogue system was designed.