View Full Version : Dangerous Heaven, new Italian Game.

04-07-2006, 09:28 AM
It's on market the new game, you can play with normal DVD Player, Playstation, XBox and PC.
This guy are my friends from www.treddi.com (http://www.treddi.com/). The game is the first game from this group The price is very intresting. Only 20 euro.

the original news (italian)

NEWS (http://www.treddi.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=19903)

Some screenshot

SCREESHOT (http://www.adventuresplanet.it/immagini.php?game=arca)

Soon the Trailer.





04-07-2006, 09:44 AM
**** TRAILER (http://www.adventuresplanet.it/trailers/DH_Trailer.avi) ****




04-07-2006, 02:02 PM
Is that Todd McFarlane's Venom and Spawn in those renders?

04-07-2006, 02:59 PM
I agree with williamsburroughs, nice renders though

04-07-2006, 04:03 PM
Is that Todd McFarlane's Venom and Spawn in those renders?I noticed that as well. I guess we could call them "inspired by" Venom and Spawn. :)

I'm wondering what kind of game can be played through a regular DVD Player though.

04-08-2006, 06:28 PM
Hi everybody, My name's Federico Ghirardini and I'm one of the guy that worked on "Dangerous Heaven" for RioFX/Frank's Paddock.
This game is published by Blue Label Entertainment (http://www.blelabel.it/) and started shipping just friday; unfortunately only in Italy by now, but we hope it'll be soon localized for the foreign countries.
As my friend cecofuli (greeeat man! :D ) said before, this is one of the first games (renamed "dvg") that is expressly deemed for the DVD support: it's a mix between live action parts (attending to reproduce the style from old-school laser-game like space ace, dragon's lair, etc..) and investigation scene, following the line of monkey islands and graphic adventures in general. The cool side is represented by the fact that with this support we can achieve a large portion of the houses, not only gamers specifically that have to choose between pc, sony, nintendo and so on.
The tasks were extremely difficult because this was the first title this team worked on, and the dvd support is quite unstable, but we are pretty happy with the results.
The game is entirely in 3d, and it is a sort of an interactive full leght 3d movie (we counted above 42 minutes of cinematics).
Precisely I was responsably for the lighting/comp in a lot of sequence, various FX and several environments.
Ah, the first 4 images are frames taken directly from in-game sequence, meanwhile the others are only sketches; soon there will be a site on-line and new trailer.
Thank for the patience, I hope you will enjoy DH :)

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