Sections

Obscure: The Aftermath heading to PSP Go in the fall

Friday, 5th June 2009 16:48 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

obscuretheaftermath

Playlogic has announced that its horror title Obscure: The Aftermath will release on PSP Go this fall alongside the already announced UMD release.

It’s already available for PC, PS2, and Wii.

Press release after the break.

Playlogic Entertainment, Inc. an independent worldwide publisher of entertainment software, announced today that the grisly survival teen horror title Obscure: The Aftermath is coming to the PSPgo Portable Game System and will be available for download when the system launches this fall.

“We are thrilled that this critically acclaimed title will be available for the PSPgo when the system makes it debut,” said Rogier Smit, Executive Vice President of Playlogic.“Our talented team has crafted the game to fit the unique co-op capabilities and controls of the PSPgo while also maintaining the exciting gameplay and stunning graphics featured in the original console versions.”

Obscure: The Aftermath, the sequel to 2005’s acclaimed survival horror game Obscure, picks up two years after the terrible events at Leafmore High, following the few teens who survived being trapped inside their school, hunted by monsters and their maniac headmaster. Hoping to put the past behind them, the kids start college at Fallcreek University, but soon discover all is not well as strange black flowers appear all over campus. While experimenting with these flowers, a dangerous substance is discovered that induces hauntingly vivid dreams. Soon the survivors find themselves fighting for their lives—and their sanity—as their nightmares become a horrible reality.

Game features include: Six individually developed characters, all with their own unique skills; Unique co-op mode; second player can join in or drop out at any time; Highly detailed and rich 3D environment; Huge variety of weapons and horrifying monsters; Stunning soundtrack performed by the Boston String Quartet and the Paris Opera’s Children’s choir; User accessible playlist of the musical tracks and FMV cutscenes; Stunning storyboard, artwork and concept art galleries.

Obscure: The Aftermath is rated“M” for mature by the ESRB. For more information about the game or Playlogic, please visit

Latest

0 Comments

Comments are now closed on this article.