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First details on PS3 exclusive Eat Them! |

A new game from FluffyLogic (great  name by the way), the developer behind  Savage Moon for PSN  (a fun tower defense game that was on sale for PS+ owners two updates ago) and for PSP, was revealed at E3 last June but it would seem that the demo didn’t get the attention it deserved since, let’s face it, this E3 was very crazy with all the new hardware (3DS), peripherals (Move and Kinect) and software (waaaaay too many games to even attemp to list them here) that were previewed or  announced.

Eat Them! lets you create a monster tailored to your darkest desires so you can then try to level entire cities. Think Rampage in 3D  and you might have an idea of what you can do in the game.  An interesting idea is that the game uses comic book styled visuals which isn’t the same as cel shaded graphics. In cel shading, colors are usually colorful and void of too many lines. Eat Them! goes for a comic style similar to what you might find in the sketchbook of Leinil Yu, Brian Hitch, Lee Bermejo or Simone Bianchi.

The game is still far, far away since it’s set for a tentative 2011 release date without even having a set month for it (my guess is that it might release BEFORE E3 2011 so it’s not lost in all the new games to be previewed there.

  • The visual aesthetic reminds me of the Freedom Force series. Well, I’m intrigued. Savage Moon is awesome; it ties PixelJunk Monsters for best tower defense game in my opinion.

  • Oly

    Def gonna have to check this out.. also great artist choices.. some of my favs! ” Leinil Yu, Brian Hitch, Lee Bermejo or Simone Bianchi.”

  • EdEN

    Yep, some of my favorites as well. I would add Michael Turner (RIP), Humberto Ramos, Carlos D’Anda, Whilce Portacio, Travis Charest, Mark Brooks, Jim Lee, Erik Larsen, Marc Silvestri, Lar de Souza, Art Adams, Adam Hughes, Shinkiro, Chris Bachalo, J. Scott Campbell, Mike Wieringo (RIP), Frank Cho, Brandon Peterson, Mike Mignola, Frank Miller and way to many others to continue listing.

    I’ve met almost all of them except for MIke Wieringo and Frank Miller and have to say that they’ve all been great to me. Some of my best memories are of Michael Turner giving me a Batman sketch for free as a thank you and getting one of the joker by Lee Bermejo in the inside cover of his Joker graphic novel or meeting Bianchi waaaaay back when he just had a small table at artist alley and just starting here in the US and getting a reaaally good wolverine commission from him for next to nothing (thanks Simone!) to name a few.