Paris (PRWEB) December 13, 2016
Microïds, an international video games publisher, today announces that Subject 13, the adventure game developed by renown French video game creator Paul Cuisset (“Flashback”, “Future Wars”), will be making its console debut this month on December 20th. Subject 13 features an original story with progressively difficult levels to explore while establishing an adventure that’s loyal to the tradition of past games of the genre. Now, for the first time, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players will be able to enter a universe full of secret places and rooms filled with mechanisms that need to be discovered, analyzed and activated.
“I worked hard to create an adventure game that honors the traditional style of past games in this genre,” said Paul Cuisset, Subject 13’s Lead Game Developer. “I wanted to place players in a shadowy and scientific complex with puzzles and challenges that progressively get more difficult as they get closer to uncovering the mysteries behind the game, and I can’t wait for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gamers to experience the adventure when it releases next week.”
Subject 13 will be available to download on the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Store on December 20th for $6.99 on both stores
In "Subject 13", the player embodies Franklin Fargo, a discreet physics professor. Franklin leads a lonely and bitter life since Sophie, his fiancée, was violently killed. After a fall in a lake while driving his car, he wakes up in a scientific abandoned underground plant with only one link with the outside world: a voice that calls him “Subject 13”. His goal is to escape from this place where he is being held captive and to find out more about the reasons of his imprisonment.
"Subject 13" is an adventure game in its greatest tradition. It depicts a universe with all kinds of secret hidings, enigmas and mechanisms that the player will have to discover, but also, objects to collect, handle and make good use of in the scenery.
It was supported by the adventure gamers’ community with a successful Kickstarter campaign in July 2014. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1993213058/1850484356
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Created in 1985, Microïds is an international publisher of multi-platform video games based in Paris (France). Today, it represents Anuman Interactive’s video game business in all its forms. Managed by its creator Elliot Grassiano, Microïds keeps getting stronger and widens its large game catalogue with genres as varied as adventure, management, simulation and action. Through its adaptations of iconic titles such as "Syberia" or "Amerzone" on new supports or through its original creations ("Subject 13", "The A.B.C. Murders", "Yesterday Origins”…), Microïds is developing on PC, Mac, Playstation, Xbox, as well as iOS and Android mobiles and tablets. Besides its heroes and heroines from original creations (Kate Walker from "Syberia", Victoria Mc Pherson from "Still Life"…), Microïds also creates new titles including other characters or authors from other media (comic books, cinema, literature…) such as Garfield, Lucky Luke or Agatha Christie. Microïds is currently developing Syberia 3 scheduled for 2016, responding to many fans of this cult adventure game series (more than 3 million sold) who have been waiting for more than ten years.
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About Paul Cuisset
Paul Cuisset is one of the most prolific French creators in video game history. As the co-founder of Delphine Software, he worked as a programmer, a game designer and/or a scriptwriter on titles as famous as "Future Wars: Time Travelers", "The Stealth Affair", "Cruise For a Corpse", "Moto Racer" and "Darkstone". In 1992, his classic action/adventure game, "Flashback", was listed in the Guiness World Records as the best-selling French game across the globe. In 2005, he created the VectorCell studio that developed "Amy" (PS3, Xbox 360) and the HD remake of "Flashback" (PS3, Xbox 360, PC). More details about Paul Cuisset’s creations can be found at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Paul-Cuisset/322067201278662