Comic book hero Diabolik will be creeping and scheming his way onto Wii, in his very own game courtesy of publishers Black Bean.
In development by Artematica, Diabolik: The Original Sin aims to meld your typical point-and-click adventure game with sections of combat and stealth. David Pain, General Manager of Black Bean commented:
"Bringing Diabolik to the market is a thrilling opportunity for us. We are delighted to be working with Artematica whose skill, creativity and track record in the adventure sector will ensure we deliver a great game appealing to adventure gamers and to a broader gaming audience".
Not many of us will be familiar with Diabolik, he was created in the 1960s. Far from being a traditional hero, he's actually a ruthless master thief, caring for no one except his one true love, Eva Kant.
Diabolik: The Original Sin is scheduled to hit retail shelves this Fall.
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