Just in time for Gamescom, one of the world’s biggest gaming expos, Lace Mamba Global publishes a new trailer video for its upcoming 3D horror adventure game Lucius. The trailer shows first ingame scenes, taken from a current work-in-progress version of the game. Lace Mamba Global today also announces that the release date will be slightly pushed back to the first quarter of 2012.
His childish innocence wasn’t meant to last long, oh no: When little Lucius was born on the meaningful date of June 6th, 1966, nobody expected him to be anything other than a normal little boy. His childhood, spent in a luxurious manor, was as normal as every kid’s young years – well, except for the extreme wealth of his parents, as Lucius grew up with everything he desired, including several maids, the family’s own butcher and Lucius’ private teacher.
Everything changed, though, when Lucius turned 6: His real father, the Devil, appeared in his dreams the night before his birthday, revealing that Lucius was his son.
The Beast managed through Lucius to bring a descendant back to the earth – and so it is Lucius’ task now to accomplish the missions of the Evil, which is gaining control over the world. Firstly, Lucius needs to get rid of all his family members and the service staff in the manor to be able to make their wealth and powers his.
Equipped with supernatural powers, Lucius starts off to a blood-flooding tour of horror through his house, using hell’s powers of telekinesis and mind control to orchestrate deadly accidents that will minimize the population of the manor one by one by one…
Lucius, the new 3D horror adventure game by Lace Mamba Global, developed by Shiver Games in Helsinki, will emerge directly from hell to retail stores world-wide in Q1 2012.
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