Deep Silver will welcome visitors to their public booth at the Gamescom trade fair 2012 with two new games. For the first time ever, players can get their hands on the upcoming side-scrolling Action Brawler Sacred Citadel and test their investigation skills in the new adventure Secret Files 3. Visitors can try out the featured titles at numerous gaming stations. In addition there will be live games presentations, trailer shows and prize draws.
Interested players should head to the Deep Silver booth in hall 7 B041/C040 to experience the following games:
Sacred Citadel will be presented on stage and is also playable at Deep Silver’s booth.
Three warriors unite against an evil that threatens to enslave the once peaceful world of Ancaria. Lord Zane’s Ashen Empire has created an army of Grimmocs, modified Orc henchmen at war with the Seraphim. Only when these heroes unite and use their skills to support each other they will stand a chance!
The side-scrolling action brawler Sacred Citadel, a new standalone title that is set in the rich universe of Sacred, will reinvent the familiar arcade feel of classic brawlers while setting a new standard for the future of side scrolling hack and slash games.
The events in Sacred Citadel will act as a prologue to the next chapter of the Sacred story and will unveil an intriguing secret about the Seraphim that will directly relate to the action RPG Sacred 3, currently in development by keen games and to be released in 2013.
Secret Files 3 will be presented by the developer Animation Arts on stage and is playable at Deep Silver’s booth.
The classic point & click adventure Secret Files 3 from developer Animation Arts features a movie-quality storyline and a great variety of locations, among other things. The new game follows the tradition of its popular predecessors Secret Files: Tunguska and Secret Files 2, combining a gripping story with entertaining gameplay, logical puzzles and gorgeous graphics. This third installment is supported by an experienced team of authors from NEOS Film, who have already successfully worked on TV and movie productions and are now called upon to help develop the plot, drama, and progress of the characters. The Bavarian FilmFernsehFonds sponsored this cooperation as part of its games support program.