Capcom Announces Survivor Missions, Soundtrack For Dark Void
If you picked up Dark Void in January, you'll probably want more ways to expand on your air-and-ground experience.
Well, good news: Capcom has announced two goodies for fans of the action title; one is an upcoming downloadable pack and the other is the official soundtrack. The Survivor Missions will be featured in the DLC, which will drop onto the Xbox Live Marketplace on February 10 for 400 Microsoft Points, and then arrive the following day on the PlayStation Network for $4.99. These missions are basically exactly what they sound like, in that you will be fighting off wave after wave of increasingly tough opponents, so be quick and accurate! You can even hijack enemy aircraft and upgrade your weaponry to assist in your taxing mission. The soundtrack boasts 80 minutes of the game's score, "hand-picked by composer Bear McCreary," and it will also include the special bonus track, "Theme from Dark Void (Mega Version)," which is an "8-bit rendering" that can be heard in the new DSiWare game, Dark Void Zero. The soundtrack will be provided by Sumthing Else Music Works and will be available on CD and in digital form on February 9.
We're not sure if Dark Void managed to sell well, but we know Capcom's expectations were high. The game didn't turn out spectacularly but based on the demo, we figure it could be fun for big fans of the genre.
Related Game(s): Dark Void
2/4/2010 9:12:22 PM Ben Dutka