Savant is a dubstep bullet hell brawler with elevators - destructoid

Savant is a dubstep bullet hell brawler with elevators

10:45 AM on 08.01.2013

Darren Nakamura

Associate Editor

Really dangerous looking elevators, at that


I will admit it: dubstep is one of my guilty pleasures. It just makes me want to ride on top of perilously fast elevators while firing magic missiles at monsters and dodging their seeping maws. Oddly specific, I know, but apparently D-Pad Studio has a similar reaction, as shown above in the psycho dubstep Castlevania-esque fever dream Savant.

The project is a collaboration between the development studio best known for PAX 10 2013 finalist Owlboy and dubstep artist Savant. The title releases today for PC, with Android, iOS, Linux, and Mac releases planned for "later," with an Ouya release as a possibility.


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