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Jun 15, 2010 | 6:33 PM EDT
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Note: This is the official release to Newgrounds of the Game stolen a few days ago by someone pretending to be me :( , if you've already played it, please vote how you liked it, though you should now play it with it's proper aspect ratio, it's much better :D

The idea behind this game was to push how large of a single Movieclip I could make each level, and in the process pay tribute to my absolute favourite game on the PS2, Shadow of the Colossus, which hopefully will be seeing an HD re-release on PS3 soon!

Play as a mysterious Pale Man of the North in a quest to rid the Kingdom of a most unusual plague, and in the process win the throne to the empire!

I hope you enjoy this little cinematic style game, I've really tried to squeeze the atmosphere in. Featuring music from Duncan Fenn of The Red Swan Hotel,which you should defintely check out in the link to the side and the as usual brilliant http://www.Incompetch.com

Reviews


semi889semi889

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This was interesting.

Not my favorite but it was still a fun time killer. This game seems mre like a weird kinda God Of War/ Prince Of Persia spin off game without fighting or weapons, not really a shadow of colossus tribute. 8-)



HantersHanters

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Just A Single ST..

a single stab to kill a HUGE giant,.??



TheShadowFogTheShadowFog

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome!

By far one of the best games on here. WOW!



DaftPunk4LifeDaftPunk4Life

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great!

This was one of the best games I've played in a while! Keep it up up, and hope to see this on PS3. One more thing, can anyone tell me what song that was on the second level?



B-L-A-Z-EB-L-A-Z-E

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Simply brilliant.

Holy shit.
I'm bewildered, this is such a fantastic game I cannot even imagine.. You go and slay these giants.
The gameplay is great, the story is better, and I just cannot get over the whole message of it.
This deserves much honour in as few words as possible. A masterpiece with a fine thrill..