Xbox Live Arcade game Hydrophobia released this summer to mixed, sometimes harsh reviews. The developer, Dark Energy Digital, has taken those criticisms to heart and will release a massive update to the game that will dramatically change how it plays.
Hydrophobia, a downloadable Xbox 360 survival adventure title, claims to have some of the most realistic water physics video games have ever seen. But does the title wade into the deep end or is it just shallow?
Dark Energy's new game, Hydrophobia, has evolved from tech demo to flagship title of Microsoft's fall push of Xbox Live Arcade games. It's not just because of the water. It's because of what you can do with it.
Kotaku previewed new Xbox Live Arcade exclusive Hydrophobia this weekend. The game has some rough spots, but to help you understand this game's potential check out its water effects in this official trailer.
The best parts of Hydrophobia are, not surprisingly, wet.
It's been quite awhile since we've seen much of anything on Blade Interactive's water-physics showcase Hydrophobia. In fact, things have been pretty quiet on the subject since we posted screenshots of the title back in May of last year, so we're happy to hear that not only is the project still in existence, it's also…