FPS Deadfall Adventures Hunts for Treasure on PS3 This Summer

The PC and Xbox 360 shooter heads to PS3 with new content and features.

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Previously released on the PC and Xbox 360, first-person shooter Deadfall Adventures is headed to Sony’s PlayStation 3 this summer as Deadfall Adventures: Heart of Atlantis.

Polish developer The Farm 51, which also developed Painkiller: Hell & Damnation, says the PS3 version of the game will feature exclusive content and significant gameplay improvements like upgraded graphics, new locations, and two additional maps for its survival/cooperative mode. The PS3 version will also add new boss fights, improved cut-scenes, and a better leveling system.

In the game, you play as James Lee Quatermain, a roguish treasure hunter not unlike Indiana Jones or Nathan Drake, who travels from Egypt to the Arctic and other exotic locales across the globe in search of an ancient artifact called The Heart of Atlantis.

The Farm 51 is also currently working on Get Even, a near “photo-realistic” shooter that aims to blur the lines between single player and multiplayer. Get Even is scheduled to launch in 2015.

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Discussion

21 comments
EcksTheory
EcksTheory

Poor PS3. this game is console cancer.

santinegrete
santinegrete

This game could benefit a lot with just a smarter/more balanced pace (just like Infamous 2). Gunplay is good, but there's not a lot to shoot at. Don't pay high, don't get your hopes on the sky neither, and you'll be fine.

GameYakuza
GameYakuza

can't believe no one made the joke yet:


Polish that turd!

Mindwipe77
Mindwipe77

looks interesting, i dont think i'd pay 60 for it maybe 20 max

christiaan1996
christiaan1996

Here's another reason to keep previous gen consoles...well I'll be happy to buy this game on the PS3, can't wait :D

noah364
noah364

How have I never heard of this? It's First person Uncharted!

ropumar
ropumar

why this is news? gamespot became a facebook feed... full of bad stories

MJ12-Conspiracy
MJ12-Conspiracy

looks bland

looks contrived

looks like a cash in on popular franchises as in like Nathan Drake or Lara Croft? play our contrived game.....

meh *goes back to watching the Indiana Jones collection*

Dredcrumb9
Dredcrumb9

they should make it M and add better blood spray, gore, and bullet wound effects to make the combat more visceral. 

spacecadet25
spacecadet25

If they're updating it, can the overhaul the game's shooting, so it's not so bland?

Carpetfluff
Carpetfluff

@noah364 @Carpetfluff Yup, I played for a while on 360. Don't get me wrong, I've enjoyed plenty of lower budgeted games, often more than most people seem to, but this one is a real wasted opportunity. They could have had a really good 50's style Indy/Quartermain type thing going on here, but you get really bland shooting getting in the way of not very-explorey exploring and non-puzzling puzzles. 


It would need more than a bit of spit and polish to bring it up to anything above average level (like a complete re-think and mechanics re-write) and I doubt that's on the cards. I will at least applaud the fact they knew they could do more and have tried to tweak it now they've got a second bite at the cherry. Hopefully they'll have changed the checkpoints as they're wildly uneven and can have you replaying long chunks of annoying sections more than you'd want.