Do you remember Death Cargo? The obscure Mortal Kombat-inspired brawler from an Italian studio Necrostorm known for indie slasher flicks? Well after disappearing a few years ago it's back. Sort of.
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That's how one person who finally managed to get their hands on a working version of the mysterious fighting gameDeath Cargo described it in a note to me this morning. "It's not too bad... like a buggy version of Mortal Kombat 1" is how another put it.
The video game industry is no stranger to fizzled hype. But for all the controversies about delays, unstable launches, or games that are just plain terrible, until recently I've never had to stop and wonder whether or not a game actually exists. Then I went in search of a mysterious fighting game named Death Cargo.
The story of Death Cargo, that mysterious horror-themed fighting game I first wrote about last week, gets stranger and stranger the more I look into it. Since I originally said that I was supposed to receive a working copy of the game two days ago, a lot of readers have been asking why I haven't published a follow-up piece yet.
Necrostorm has released a new trailer for the fighting game Death Cargo, which we covered in a piece last week about the incredible allegations that the game might not exist. The new video highlights a range of different characters in addition to a fresh batch of appropriately gory deaths.