“There’s always a little light in the darkness.”
Tony, Joshua, Karl and Darren Gargette take a look back Starbreeze Studios‘ The Darkness, along with its more recent sequel, The Darkness II. Is its play style truly unique or an excuse to have everyone’s heads ripped of by small demons?
Music used in this show is as follows:
1: The Darkness Theme by Gustaf Grefberg
2: Jenny’s Theme by Gustaf Grefberg
3: The End of the Line by Gustaf Grefberg
Cane and Rinse 26 was edited by Sean O’Brien
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Josh takes a look at Starbreeze’s take on Top Cow’s popular comic series, The Darkness:
Darren Gargette takes on Digital Extremes’ pseudo cel-shaded Darkness sequel:
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Thanks for an excellent podcast gents. I loved the first game and have played part of the second game on the PC.
As a result of listening to The Darkness podcast, I’ve downloaded the GOW and Dead Space shows and really enjoyed them.
Thanks for tuning in Travis.