Video Games: BLOOD OF THE WEREWOLF and SLENDER: THE ARRIVAL Expand To Gamestop Digital

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Midnight City, the recently founded indie label of Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of games for the mass market, is proud to announce their first two PC titles now available through GameStop’s digital storefront. Both BLOOD OF THE WEREWOLF and SLENDER: THE ARRIVAL are now available for Windows PC digital download, each priced at a modest $9.99.

Midnight City, the rambunctious upstarts of the indie universe, have joined forces with one of the most powerful players in the video game retail market. Recognizing a keen opportunity to expand and conquer new territories, Midnight City is bringing its first two PC titles to a new digital audience. GameStop plans to extend this opportunity to Midnight City’s full roster of equally awesome and yet vastly different titles as they launch in the coming months. Building on the momentum of GameStop’s strong digital sales and over 30 million subscribers, Midnight City hopes to blaze a trail into the hearts and minds of GameStop’s ravenous PC fan base. Developing strong promotional and marketing components, GameStop has rolled out Blood of the Werewolf and Slender: The Arrival with full digital and retail storefront support in over 4,000 GameStop stores nationwide.

BLOOD OF THE WEREWOLF: is a heartfelt ode to classic platformers of the past, where challenge and determination were met as equal and opposing forces. Play as Selena, a loving wife, devoted mother – and525946b vengeful werewolf. Her husband slain and son kidnapped, she traverses 15 levels of hardcore platforming action as both human and werewolf. Skewer enemy hearts with your crossbow and maul their bodies with your claws as Selena transforms into full werewolf form by light of the moon. In this glorious lupine form, Selena is capable of brutal attacks and double jumps, adding to the strategy and depth of the dynamic gameplay. Dig deep and find the passion for mastery as you face off against classic monster movie icons like Dracula, The Mummy and Jekyll and Hyde – just to name a few! Step up for the challenge of a lifetime and relive those heady days of classic platformers that never gave up – and you never surrendered.

SLENDER: THE ARRIVAL: seeks to steep players in an ominous and immersive experience that is unmistakably, quintessentially Slender Man. The only official Slender Man game, Blue Isle Studios worked525947b with Parsec Productions and original Slender Man creator Eric “Victor Surge” Knudsen. The successor to the wildly popular “The Eight Pages,” this expanded retelling of the story includes lush graphics and new plot components that flesh-out the world of Slender Man and his tormented victims. Players familiar with the original will be treated to an all-new prologue and extended ending that promises a more robust and intriguing conclusion to this tale. Take on the role of Lauren, a friend who unwittingly steps into the ring with the internet’s most devious and well-known specter. Take on Slender Man, armed with nothing more than a flashlight, camcorder and your wits…will you survive The Arrival?

BLOOD OF THE WEREWOLF  and SLENDER: THE ARRIVAL  are rated T are available on GameStop for Windows PC via digital download at $9.99 each.

BLOOD OF THE WEREWOLF on GameStop: <gp_link type=”http” loc=”//www.gamestop.com/pc/blood-of-the-werewolf/112705″>http://www.gamestop.com/pc/blood-of-the-werewolf/112705

SLENDER: THE ARRIVAL on GameStop: <gp_link type=”http” loc=”//www.gamestop.com/pc/slender-the-arrival/112706″>http://www.gamestop.com/pc/slender-the-arrival/112706

 

 

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Christopher Gibson

Chris can be found only at night, playing vast hours of XBox 360, reading uniquely disturbing novels, and scouring Netflix for late sixties horror flicks. He has 69,000 Gamerscore and counting. Supposedly at the age of three, he beat Super Mario Bros. on NES, though possesses no recollection of this. Writing novels since the age of fourteen, he hopes to one day publish them. On Friday nights, he is seen at the local indie film theater, then the pubs next door shortly after, for thorough critique among friends. Follow him on Twitter @Literaryman420 

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