Word has reached us that Polish developer Nibris has announced Sadness, a totally black and white, utterly mysterious game for Nintendo's Revolution console. We're failing to make any sense of the press release issued for the announcement, so we've published it here, in full, for your brain-fizzling delight:
"Exclusive Nintendo Revolution title Sadness will be fully ... black and white!
"Nibris decided to follow Nintendo's path, which definitely fights the stagnation which has occurred in video games, and creates new trends - with this move, we want to create a unique environment, which is only available in Sadness," says Lukasz 'CassSept' Oskard, a Nibris employee.
"Nibris are not following the trend created through last year's comic book film Sin City, but rather a game which is set pre-World War. More information on Sadness will be available soon."
We had to fix a few spelling errors in there (no worries - their English is still way better than our Polish), but the message is no less baffling. Looks like we have one more thing to look forward to at E3 this year.
April 12, 2006