Pleasant E3 Surprise: A Game Called White Night

You might think you know what you'll see in a big E3 booth like Microsoft's: some Forza, some Fable, some shooters, some indies, but there still always some surprises. Case in point: White Night. Black-and-white, Hitchcock-esque and very cool. Where did this thing come from???

We don't have a lot of detail on the game other than what you see in the video. The developers are in indie studio called Osome. They are targeting a 2014 release (for PC and Mac too, it seems). And they describe their game this way: "Explore the macabre past of an old mansion and solve puzzles of light and shadows in this fully black and white survival horror."

Here's a trailer from October, which will allow you to enjoy the game without any pesky reflections of other E3 games messing with the game's graphics.


    I hate to say it because a lot of love and hard work go into these games but does anyone else just feel these weird obscure / indie games look boring as all hell?

    Like who's waking up at 6 on a Saturday morning to play this? If the answer is no one then why is it being made?

      I wouldn't get up at 6 on a Saturday morning to play ANY game.

      But I think this looks bloody fantastic, and I would most definitely play it at 9pm. Looks a hell of a lot more interesting than another COD or Halo or FIFA.

        All fair points but if you've never been so excited to play a game you've set your alarm early I feel for ya bro.

          30 years ago maybe... not so much these days :P

            Yeah, last time I did this was back in 2005 when I got up at 6am for the Half-Life 2 release on Steam.

              30 years ago I'd get up at 6am to play a game.

              20 years ago I'd stay up until 6am playing a game.

              These days... no :P

                im up for 6am every bloody day. sure as hell dont feel like gaming that early.
                its too damn cold

      Boring as hell?

      Games are more than just explosions.

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