For the past few years, Devolver Digital has been providing an E3 show that's full of laughs, exceptional levels of violence, and tons of meta-humor.
Fictional character Nina Struthers is back but barely living as the conference takes place inside her mind, bringing in a slew of new indie announcements with a flavouring of self-awareness.
As expected, one of the highlights from last night's E3 coverage was the Devolver Digital conference, a satirical look at the gaming industry presented in the form of a pre-recorded presentation. They opted for a Nintendo Direct-style video stream, unabashedly calling it the "Devolver Direct".
The new games include fun multiplayer title Fall Guys, a lightgun Enter the Gungeon spin-off, and the "reverse horror game" Carrion. These smaller titles are ripped off versions of the publisher's own releases, including the likes of Hotline Milwaukee, Luftrousers and Enter the Gun Dungeon.
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Look, there's no Universally Adored Keanu Reeves, but this might be the best worst thing you'll see come out of E3 2019.
It now has a Steam page! It's a horror game where the players assume the role of the awful, horrifying monster as it bounces around a small space, devouring the numerous humans it meets.
I can barely believe it, but you'll be able to get your hands on this brand new title in real world arcades when it releases in early 2020. The first bit of free DLC, entitled Picnic Panic, will launch on July 11th for PC, PS4 and Nintendo Switch.
So we got to see Carrion in action previous year in pre-alpha form, but today Devolver is ready to give us a good hard look at it.