Dark launch trailer features many enthusiastic pullquotes

By Phil Owen, Sunday, 7 July 2013 02:03 GMT

Dark, a stealh-ish game from the creators of Dungeons: The Dark Lord, received a stealth release from Kalypso this week, but apparently there are enough folks in the enthusiast media who like it that they managed to fill this trailer to the brim with quotes, most of which are excited. And then there’s “Looks to be a fun mix of stealth and action” thrown in for some reason.

Aside from pullquotes, this trailer is all about showing how Dark’s vampire hero can kill people in tons of different ways. Yes, it’s a gameplay trailer. Cool. Watch.

This thing is out not on PC worldwide and Xbox 360 in Europe. NA 360 version hits Tuesday.

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