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Generally favorable reviews - based on 14 Critics

User Score

Mixed or average reviews- based on 10 Ratings

Summary: [DSiWare] As the '80s were drawing to a close, the developers at Capcom began work on a top-secret project that aimed to set new standards for the platformer genre. That game was called Dark Void. Alas, Capcom suspended development on Dark Void as it began to evaluate the SNES. Before long, the game was shelved and drifted, unnoticed, into the annals of gaming history. Dark Void became a legendary "lost project" at Capcom. Now, nearly 20 years later, Dark Void is back! To commemorate the game's humble origins, Capcom has commissioned this recreation of the original 8-bit classic, now re-titled Dark Void Zero, on the Nintendo DSi system. You play as Rusty, the first human born in the Void, who must take on the Watchers in a quest to stop their domination of Earth. With the aid of Nikola Tesla and his state-of-the-art rocket pack, Rusty must take down the Watchers and their minions across three intense levels of action and intrigue. [Nintendo]
Rating: E
Developer: Other Ocean Interactive
Genre(s): Action, Platformer, Platformer, 2D, 2D
Number of Players:1 Player
ESRB Descriptors:Fantasy Violence
Cast Credit
Jim Bottomley Design Director:
Mike Mika Head Of Development:
Mike Mika Original Game Concept & Revisionist History:
Ryan Slemko Artist:
Adam Boyes Original Game Concept & Revisionist History:
Sara Guinness Senior Producer:
Yannis Brown Sound Effects:
Paul Hubans Artist:
Shana T. Bryant Original Game Concept & Revisionist History:
Owen Watson Producer:
Gordon Wood Technical Director:
Wendall Harding Senior Programmer:
Matthew Kirubakaran Designer:
Bear McCreary 8-Bit Instruments:
Bear McCreary Music Production:
Bear McCreary Music Production:
Bear McCreary Music Production:
Andrew Ayre CEO:
Deirdre Ayre Studio Head:
Jonathan Snipes 8-Bit Instruments:
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Awards & Rankings

#41 Most Discussed DS Game of 2010
#32 Most Shared DS Game of 2010