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Dave Gilbert of Wadjet Eye Games To Be Kathy Rain’s Voice-Over Director

Dave Gilbert of Wadjet Eye Games To Be Kathy Rain's Voice-Over Director

Dave Gilbert of Wadjet Eye Games To Be Kathy Rain’s Voice-Over Director

Developer Clifftop Games has begun VO auditions and released some new screens; also, the game is now on Steam


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Kathy Rain Storms Into the ’90s on Her Harley… January 10, 2016

Clifftop Games is thrilled to announce that Wadjet Eye‘s Dave Gilbert (Blackwell series; the upcoming Shardlight) will be overseeing voiceover recording sessions for Kathy Rain as well as offering advice concerning the game, which has also made its way over to Steam.

This pixel-art adventure will have over 4,000 lines of dialog, an original soundtrack, 40+ hand-drawn environments and an eerie, compelling narrative set in the ’90s. You’ll step into the shoes of Kathy Rain, a college student who returns home to investigate a mystery involving her recently-deceased grandfather.

The plan is to release Kathy Rain in Spring 2016 for Windows, Mac and Linux. The publisher will be Raw Fury.

Meanwhile, Clifftop tells us to “Stay rebellious — it’s what Kathy would want.” Smile

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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