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Night of the Rabbit has pug in it, so it's probably good


1:00 PM on 02.23.2013
PUG!Night of the Rabbit has pug in it, so it's probably good photo



Not since Spelunky have I been so excited for a game featuring a pug.

The Night of the Rabbit is Daedelic's (Deponia series, Harvey's New Eyes) latest adventure epic and a welcome return to comedic fantasy after the underwhelming A New Beginning. The title comes to PC/Mac on May 28; no digital stores are announced but Daedelic titles usually make it to Steam, GOG, and GamersGate (among others).

The adventure follows a 12-year-old boy who finds himself on a quest to becoming a wizard, after a rabbit pulls him into a magical realm filled with talking animals and magic. So, it's kind of like Simon the Sorcerer meets Alice in Wonderland. Neat. The setup is a bit too innocuous for my taste, but knowing Daedelic, I have hope the game will be smarter and darker than that description suggests. Regardless, it's a gorgeous looking game and one of the few titles that adventure fans can look forward to this spring.

Then in the fall, we'll have the final Deponia release: Goodbye Deponia.

Night of the Rabbit has pug in it, so it's probably good photo
Night of the Rabbit has pug in it, so it's probably good photo
Night of the Rabbit has pug in it, so it's probably good photo
Night of the Rabbit has pug in it, so it's probably good photo
Night of the Rabbit has pug in it, so it's probably good photo







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