THE LONG-AWAITED DEMENTIUM II HD SPAWNS TODAY ON STEAM
DECEMBER 17, 2013 - Digital Tribe Games announced that Dementium II HD is being unleashed on Steam and other major digital distribution channels today. Spurred by popular demand from a devoted fanbase that first experienced the nightmarish world of William Redmoor on the Nintendo DS, the brand-new PC version of the cult classic launches at a special discounted price of $11.25 – a full 25% off the regular price.
This carefully crafted PC offering brings the tragic tale of loss, discovery and escape to a whole new audience of gamers in highly demented definition. Originally developed for the Nintendo DS by developer Renegade Kid, Dementium II quickly became a favorite of horror fans across the globe. Many of these fans pleaded for this technical marvel with a twisted story to get the big-screen treatment of a high-def PC game – and those demands were heard loud and clear by Digital Tribe Games.
Dementium II HD brings an all-new visual experience to the classic core gameplay. It includes a rebuilt lighting system, updated 3D models, hi-res textures, enhanced audio and refined controls that were never possible in its original incarnation; same bones, new flesh!
“We wanted to preserve the feel of the game; its soul,” says Producer Joe de Lange from Memetic, Dementium II HD’s developer. “The single biggest challenge was the fact that playing on the PC is a very different experience compared to playing on the DS. We spent a lot time working to get that balance right.”
Buy on Steam at: http://store.steampowered.com/app/217100/
About Digital Tribe Games
Digital Tribe Games is an emerging indie publisher established to service the rapidly evolving digital distribution segment of the video game industry.
About Renegade Kid
Founded in 2007 by Jools Watsham and Gregg Hargrove, Renegade Kid LLC is an award-winning independent video-game development studio based in Austin, Texas.
About Memetic Games
Memetic Games is an indie developer focused on supporting and building great games, and is based in Cape Town, South Africa.