Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty includes art direction from the original Abe's Oddysee team, music from series staple Michael Bross and a whole host of tweaks, improvements and brand new areas throughout, whilst remaining true to the game fans have loved since the original PlayStation.
"We wanted to recreate the rich sense of atmosphere and depth in the game," said Just Add Water CEO Stewart Gilray, "we wanted to bring those environments to life, and give the fans a look at the Oddworld they’d pictured in their minds. We're confident that we've achieved that. New 'n' Tasty feels like the game Lorne Lanning always wanted to make, without the original's hardware limitations."
"We've pushed the boundaries of what's expected from a remake," adds Gilray," and working closely with Unity we think we've nailed the visuals, gameplay and audio."
Fans can get their hands on Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty via the PlayStation Store.
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