Obscure getting reboot on PC, PS3 & Xbox 360: trailer revealed

By Dave Cook, Thursday, 7 February 2013 13:59 GMT

Remember Obscure? The horror game that starred four students fighting a manner of mutated beasts? It’s being rebooted as a colourful, gory and rather insane-looking 2.5D action game on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 this Spring. Developer Mighty Rocket Studio has revealed the game’s first teaser trailer.

A statement from the studio confirms that the game has co-op play, and lets you play as one of four students, each with unique abilities as you rack up combos by beating mutants into a fine red mist.

The game has been in development for over a year and will include levelling up unlocks, new weapons, extra skills and global leader boards.

Here’s a trio of screens, courtesy of AGB.

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