Beatbuddy launch celebrated with new Europa Deep video

Thursday, 8th August 2013 05:38 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Check out the new video for Europa Deep’s Lost in yesterday, which features Threaks’ gorgeous side-scroller Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians.

Of the two videos below, the music video is on top and the launch trailer is below.

Beatbuddy is a bit like Ecco, but with a lot of pretty great musical elements. The soundtrack is great, with tracks from Parov Stelar and Journey composer Austin Wintory, and Tomb Raider, Mirror’s Edge and Overlord writer Rhianna Pratchett helped out with the story.

I have played Beatbuddy, and found it good. You may read my opinion, or proceed directly to Steam, where the Linux, Mac and PC title is 10% off for its launch window.



  1. TheWulf

    I can honestly recommend this. It’s got a power to it which is quite irresistible, at least in short bursts. I was bobbing my head to it and playing along, and watching my reflexes time in with the rest of it. Plus, it’s the only rhythm game I’ve seen with a half decent story.

    And frankly? The intro is almost worth the asking price alone. Watch that online somewhere, if you can. It’s what completely sold me on the game from minute one. There’s just an exotic atmosphere to this that feels quite alien, but in a good way, it’s something you want to explore and understand. It fires up inquisitive tendencies and encourages you to explore, think, and bob along with your reflexes all the while.

    I found it quite enriching, honestly. Quite lovely. And it looks better than Aquaria, it really does. Sorry, Yu, but this has Aquaria completely outclassed on every level.

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