Krautscape, Double Dragon: Neon and Slender: The Arrival are part of their latest batch of games. They're all coming to PC via Steam, except Slender who already released.
However the console debut for Slender: The Arrival has updated content that will be given freely to PC gamers as a free update after the console versions launch.
Krautscape is a "revolutionary racer" from Mario von Rickenbach and has us make some tactical decisions about our vehicles, like adding wings to give us a chance to jump off the track and glide to avoid certain obstacles. The lead vehicle is responsible for procedurally generating the track, so no two are alike.
Double Dragon: Neon reboots the classic side-scrolling beat-em-up for PC, and there's an all-new online co-op mode that involves high-fiving to share health or 'psych up' their friend's special moves.
All three titles are due for release in the first quarter of 2014.
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