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

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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.

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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.

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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]

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dummysystem
dummysystem

there is and will be only 1 game about graffitis, no matter what.