Sega Mega Drive Port of PC Thriller 'Sacred Line' in Development

Sacred-Line-Sega-Mega-DriveBringing plenty of creepy moments and thrilling action, Sacred Line was an indie freeware game developed for the PC earlier this year and released via Desura. The developer behind this spooky adventure, strangely enough has a soft spot for the classic consoles - so much so he has begun porting his work over to the Sega Mega Drive.

This odd turn of events sees the first person adventure originally intended for home computers crushed down into visual novel style gameplay, featuring pre-rendered locations to accompany the game's dialogue. Given the implications of this demake, SashaDarko has also gone on to state that this 16-bit port will feature not only a slightly different story, but also an altered combat system similar to that found in Fighting Fantasy books of the early 80s.

As much as we'd love to dive further into this upcoming release for the Sega Mega Drive, all we can leave you with is a link to the project's homepage which further updates will no doubt be posted to.

Link: Sacred Line Sega Mega Drive Port Official Homepage



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