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Obscure: The Aftermath

Platform(s): PC, PSP, PlayStation 2, Wii
Genre: Action/Adventure
Publisher: Playlogic (EU), Ignition Entertainment (US)
Developer: Hydravision
Release Date: Sept. 29, 2009

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'Obscure: The Aftermath' (PSP) - 20 New Screens

by Rainier on Sept. 2, 2009 @ 2:31 p.m. PDT

Obscure II takes place two years after the gruesome events of the first game. The survivors have gone on to college and try to return to their normal lives. After the discovery of a beautiful but strange plant on school campus, events take a turn for the worse. Soon, the college students have to battle for survival once again.

But all is not right on Fallcreek University; strange black flowers have suddenly sprung up everywhere on the campus. While experimenting with these flowers in class, a dangerous substance is discovered that induces strange but vivid dreams.

But a handful of students find out that there is more to the flowers than anyone could have expected; when the seeds finally germinate, a bad trip suddenly turns into a horrible reality...


Features

  • Adventure and Action in a teem horror movie scenario
  • 6 charismatic characters with unique skills
  • Unique coop mode: second player can join in at any time
  • Highly detailed and rich 3D environment
  • Find clues and solve various rddles and mysteries
  • Vast variety of weapons and horrifying monsters
  • Stunning Soundtrack performed by the Boston String Quartet and the Paris Opera's children's choir

Special Features on the PSP

  • Fully optimized controls for the PSP
  • Redesigned, more accessible menu
  • User accessible playlist of the musical tracks and FMV cut scenes featured in the game
  • Stunning storyboard, artwork and concept art galleries


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