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Check this epic trailer for Bitejacker


2:00 AM on 12.10.2010



Have you guys ever watched Bytejacker? Shame on you if you haven't, as you should at least have tuned in to see our very own Jonathan Holmes and Tara Long a few weeks ago. It's an indie-focused gaming show on Revision 3 and they're getting their own indie game based on the program.

Bitejacker: Secret Base Horror Series 01 was designed in collaboration with developer Secret Base. It features Bytejacker star Anthony Carboni and his camera man Jon Rivera who are trapped in an zombie apocalypse with more than a few nods to the independent game scene. In the trailer above, you can see that Meat Boy makes an appearance (as a zombie) while Anthony at one point seems to call on the power of Bit.Trip's Commander Video to deal some damage.

I'm loving the visual look of the game and can't wait to try it out. No release date has been given at this time beyond "soon." Not soon enough.






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