Friday, September 30, 2011

Dark Delve released

Today was a great day, Dark Delve was finally released on the Xbox Live indie marketplace.  After a year of development time and a lifetime of half finished projects, I rather feel like a child on christmas eve.  I have been spending a lot of time putting together a press kit, and then contacting sites for reviews.  I even sent a review code to the Japanese review site Famitsu just in case.  Though as I do not speak Japanese, it is quite a long shot.

Earlier tonight I was a guest speaker on the weekly Game Marx podcast that was a good time.  Speaking of Game Marx, they have the first review of the game and I think the reviewer understood the game well, saying:

"If you like old-school fantasy RPG, this is everything you love in a more modern package. If you’re not a fan of the genre, it probably won’t change your mind"

3 comments:

scijay said...

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I have been waiting for someone to make a game like this forever! I grew up playing classic games like might and magic, and although I apreciated the way these games grew and evolved, I always missed the old school turn-by-turn first person style of the old rpgs. Please keep making games like this!

Harvicus said...

Thanks scijay, comments like these are awesome to hear! I loved the classic RPGs I grew up with and this game is most certainly a tribute to those greats.

Josh Burns said...

Great game! please add DLC or make a game like this will buy!