Mark Ecko's Graffiti Game Gets a New Publisher and Goes to Steam

Oh awesome. Mark Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure, remember that? Didn't work out exactly as its namesake expected—Mr. Ecko said Atari "shit the bed" with the idea. It's still the same game, but it has a new publisher and it's gone up on Steam.

Devolver Digital, the publisher of Hotline Miami, made the surprise deal. The game didn't review well in its 2006 release but acquired a respectable cult following. Ecko himself vowed to remake the game, though it never came to pass.

Getting Up is what it suggests, you're spray painting crap on walls and evading an evil anti-graffiti force that will shoot your ass, because they're done making taggers pick up trash on the highway. There's some parkour involved, too.

The game is $7.49, a 50 percent discount.

Mark Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure [Steam]