Dark Void

Dark Void: Zero was a pretty fun game and it had a really good 8-bit soundtrack by Bear McCreary, which only made it more awesome. The Capcom-Unity guys spotted this remix of the game's first level made by a Screwattack user...
Publisher Capcom has two fresh games available on the App Store for the iPhone and iPod Touch: Dark Void Zero and Hatchlings.In a recent press release, Capcom celebrated the fact that both titles are using Aurora Feint's OpenFeint tech, which in a nutshell, allows for leaderboards and an Xbox LIVE-like Achievement system.
Capcom is saying that Dark Void Zero is out for the iPhone in this press release I have right here. I was going to download it and check it out to tell you a bit about it, but it's not actually up on the App Store yet. I'm su...
Capcom has announced today that Dark Void Zero, previously only available on DSiWare, will be appearing on iPhone and Steam for PC on April 12th. The retro-styled prequel Dark Void was arguably better than the ...
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Composer Bear McCreary went all out on Dark Void, Capcom's latest. Yeah, they got the guy who composed the score for TV's Battlestar Galactica to do Dark Void. Awesome. Bear (awesome name) assembled an orchestra and recorded ...
I just started in on Dark Void Zero, and it's pretty fun. There's lots of stuff to collect, good level design, multiple weapons, and perhaps most importantly, Captain Jimmy Fallon. From what I can tell so far (literally, twen...
Could this truly be the "best week ever" for Nintendo download releases? With Muscle March all oiled up and ready for WiiWare download, along with Capcom's 8-bit throwback Dark Void Zero for DSiWare, the answer is... yes. Yes...
And that title is what happens when I start running out of ideas. I've always wanted a jetpack. I think that's a pretty universal desire. I don't think I would even be able to pilot such a thing, let alone keep from vomiting ...
One of my most anticipated DS games of 2010 is Dark Void Zero. Why? Because I trust Capcom when it comes to NES-era gaming. Other than a few outliers like Street Fighter 2010, I loved just about every title they put out on th...
The fine folks at Air Tight Games have demo-ized Dark Void. This odd slice of the cover-system shooter is now available over Xbox LIVE Marketplace. It’s a small download (weighing in around 800 MB) that should give you...
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I have to admit that I wasn't very excited for Dark Void when it was first announced—there's something about Airtight Games' vertical cover system that makes my head spin, kind of like the first time I played Portal. N...
Combat options -- Dark Void has them. In yet another new video series, the Capcom crew shows off what the jetpack-strapped protagonist can choose to do when confronted with a massive Archon walker. In this specific case, the...
I could probably stretch this post out a bit by describing what's going in the Dark Void video above, and then link back to some other posts we've done on the game. Maybe make a joke about something funny in the trailer, the...
So I guess this Dark Void game is going to be a pretty big deal. What with the movie tie-ins we can easily conclude that Capcom is looking to make this a major franchise. Maybe it's because I haven't had any time with the ga...