Vampire Rain: Altered Species will be coming out for the Playstation 3 only, in December of this year. The company known as Artoon that will be working on the title, seem pretty pumped to bring it to the Playstation 3, despite the previous releases not so good reviews and popularity. The new game will include “5.1 channel audio, over 50 hours of gameplay, extra bonus levels, a lot of completely revamped animations, character interactions and much more.” You can check out the website here at AlteredSpecies.com.
“Visitors to the site will assume the role of an elite operative of the American Information Bureau (AIB) whose duty it is to seek out and eliminate (with a single head shot) the 7 Nightwalkers that have infiltrated the site. By eradicating the Nightwalker infection from the site visitors will be granted access to a special, highly classified, “Hints n Tips” section of the site. In addition to unveiling the latest screenshots, media, character profiles and downloads; AlteredSpecies.com will also house the latest in a series of terrifying trailers from the talented and twisted minds of Red 40 Productions. This series of trailers will mesh gripping, live-action scenarios with pulse-pounding gameplay to paint a chaotic and blood-soaked image of the game.
The series of videos will follow the Nightwalker outbreak and the heroic attempts of the AIB whose sole mission is to eradicate the growing infestation of Nightwalkers by any means necessary. Along the way viewers will bear witness to the detrimental effects of the Nightwalker outbreak upon a society wrapped in confusion and fear.
“We are thrilled by the level of interactivity delivered by AlteredSpecies.com,” said Ajay Chadha, President of Ignition Entertainment. “That, along with our engrossing series of trailers, shows only the beginning of our commitment to aggressively market Vampire Rain: Altered Species through out of the box thinking.”
In addition to the trailers and short episodic videos, Ignition Entertainment will also release a developer interview with the videogame’s creators.”
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