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Say it loud
It's always hard to get heard during E3 season, but we suppose if your game's called Volume, you should have zero excuses. Mike Bithell has announced that his aforementioned Metal Gear Solid-inspired stealth title is set to slip onto the PlayStation 4 and Vita from 18th August. There's a new trailer embedded below which sets the game up...
Hear no evil
Volume is the forthcoming stealth-'em-up heading to the PlayStation 4 and Vita from Mike Bithell, the man behind minimalist indie beauty Thomas Was Alone. The game depicts a modern day adaptation of Robin Hood, wherein petty thief protagonist Robert Locksley stumbles upon Volume – a training simulator for military personnel. Alongside...
Robert Locksley is a petty thief who stumbles upon a device known as "Volume". Originally intended to be used as part of a secret military coup, Robert now has the ability to simulate high-profile heists, so what does he choose to do? Broadcast these crimes over the internet of course!
Featuring the voice talents of Danny Wallace, Charlie McDonnell and Andy Serkis, this postmodern twist on Let's Play videos employs slick design and stealth driven gameplay to bring its VR levels to life. You'll need to combine a range of gadgets with a theif's cunning to conquer all one hundred levels.
Volume also offers you the chance to play as the games master, with a range of tools allowing you to build your very own heist levels to share with the online community.