Lunar Great Wall Studios has posted a new video about their upcoming surreal fantasy game based on Neil Gaiman‘s Neverwhere novel, Another Sight. The trailer is basically designed to give you an idea about the game and the mindset everyone working on it is in and why they chose to do the things they’ve done. It’s a really nice look at everything. You can check out the video as well as the game’s description below.
Another Sight is a surreal fantasy adventure with steampunk elements set in 1899 towards the end of the Victoria era, in London. Built on heart, culture and character, Another Sight brings to life our two leading characters: Kit, a refreshingly bold teenager, who loses her sight after the under-construction London Underground tunnel she was exploring collapses, and Hodge – a mysterious red-furred cat – she meets in darkness. Together, they team up for an adventure through the unexpected, with Hodge an essential companion upon whom Kit will come to rely on. Kit and Hodge explore a surreal fantasy world both together and apart, using each of their unique talents to tackle environments and solve intriguing puzzles. Beneath London, in a world inspired by Neil Gaiman’s urban fantasy, Neverwhere, Kit and Hodge encounter a hidden society of the world’s greatest inventors and artistic minds such as Claude Monet, Jules Verne and other long-past cultural icons.
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