Dark Void Zero prepares for launch... again
4/7/2010 11:05:00 AM
The game has been available through the Nintendo DSi service for a while now, but Capcom’s Dark Void Zero
is preparing to launch on both the iPhone and PC on April 12. Beginning next Monday, gamers will be able to purchase the 8-bit themed title for play on their Apple devices or home computer. Both versions will support new achievements for the game, through the OpenFeint service on the iPhone / iPod and through Steam on the PC end. In a previous announcement, the game was priced at $2.99 on the iPhone and $4.99 on the PC... though a price has not been listed on the current PR information.
The official press release / announcement is available after the jump...
Dust off those jetpacks and jump back into the fight! Dark Void™ Zero rockets to the iPhone and Windows PC on April 12th!
In this critically acclaimed 8-bit re-imagining of the Dark Void console release, you play as Rusty, warrior test-pilot and Nikola Tesla’s trusted friend. With the help of your state-of-the-art rocket pack, blast through three deliciously retro levels of baddies in your quest to close Portal X and save the human race!
Hit the jump for the full press release!
Dark Void Zero on iPhone and PC is packed with all new online features! Get rewarded for your skills with Achievements via OpenFeint on iPhone and Steam Achievements on PC. Connect with Friends and link your Facebook to your OpenFeint account. Compete to be the best on the block or the best in the world with the all-new Online Leaderboards that track scores and speed runs!
Sink deeper into the void with Dark Void Zero for the iPhone. Featuring carefully refined touchscreen controls, Dark Void Zero on iPhone gives players the tools for an amazingly precise and intuitive gameplay experience without the need for a controller.
Also, don’t forget that like its parent game, Dark Void Zero features an award-worthy soundtrack created and performed by famed Battlestar Galactica composer Bear McCreary. It’s true retro.
Lastly, there’s something new for even veteran DVZ players. Think you’ve mastered the game? See if you can unlock the secret ending, exclusive to Dark Void Zero on iPhone and PC.