The Invincible Brings a New Chilling Teaser Trailer
One of the more interesting game announcements I ran across last year was The Invincible, a "retro-future atompunk" thriller based on a 1964 sci-fi novel by Polish author Stanisław Lem. As a long-time fan of Golden Age and New Wave sci-fi, the visual style and promise of a weird journey to the planet Regis 3 really rang my bell. The first full teaser was released today, and I'm happy to say that my enthusiasm remains intact.
The video unfolds from the perspective of Dr. Yasna, one of The Invincible's main characters, who disregards the advice of Astrogater Novik and ends up in some serious trouble as a result. It's all wonderfully chunky and analog, with visual elements—the ramshackle base, spider-like robot, boxy rover, and even the vague sepia toning—that could …
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