Tag Archives: Devolver Digital
Sat, Feb 19, 2011 | 17:04 GMT
Devolver Digital has tweeted that the firm plans to announce “some secret indie titles,” during PAX East 2011 next month.
Sat, Apr 10, 2010 | 18:58 BST
Croteam and Devolver Digital released new screens and a video for Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter over on the game’s official website, along with some details surrounding the game itself.
Tue, Feb 16, 2010 | 23:13 GMT
Looks like Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter on XBLA was the number one game on the service for January with 35,211 players.
Good for Sam.
Thu, Feb 11, 2010 | 16:08 GMT
Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter has been pushed into spring, or April to be more precise.
Wed, Jan 13, 2010 | 15:52 GMT
Majesco has announced that Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter has hit Xbox Live Arcade today.
Sat, Aug 15, 2009 | 17:08 BST
GameTrailers has a new video for Serious Sam HD available, which we’ve posted after the break.
Granted, it’s Serious Sam so we know what to expect, but still – it’s done in HD.
You like HD. So do we.
Wed, Jul 15, 2009 | 18:29 BST
Serious Sam HD screenshots have popped up over on Shack.
You can view ‘em here.
While you’re at it, Devolver Digital is seeking the best one-liners and wisecracks from the community via responses to its Twitter feed. The winner’s remarks will be featured in the game.
SSHD is expected to arrive on Xbox Live and PC this summer, with the XBLA version will run you 1200 MS Points ($15/£10.20). No price point for PC has been announced, yet.
Thu, Jun 25, 2009 | 19:06 BST
Devolver Digital is apparently involved in the Serious Sam: The First Encounter HD coming to Xbox Live, and it has been discovered by BigDownload that the company is owned by none other than Mike Wilson and Harry Miller.
You know, the guys from Gamecock and GodGames?
When contacted by the site, Wilson said he and Miller “along with a few other old friends” are involved in the venture.
“We’re basically acting as the production company for the XBLA game, since we are not an official MSFT publisher yet, and will be publishing the PC version of the games,” he said.
“Croteam owns the IP still since they had a G.O.D. deal, and are therefore able to work with us again on the new version(s).”