Watch the New Voodoo Vince Remastered Trailer

A new trailer for the upcoming Voodoo Vince remaster was revealed on Tuesday, giving a first look at the new look of the game.

The remastered 3D action platformer featuring a living voodoo doll perusing the French Quarter of New Orleans comes 13 years after the original came out on the original Xbox and was announced for Xbox One and PC last year. The new trailer gives us our first look at the gameplay in the new version of Voodoo Vince and a more in-depth look at the art direction.

Voodoo Vince: Remastered will come to Xbox One and PC on April 18, 2017.

One thought on “Watch the New Voodoo Vince Remastered Trailer

  1. Excellent little trailer. Makes the game look quite promising now, and something I want to play… even though I’m going to be super busy in April playing Dragon Quest Heroes 2 and Persona 5, let alone other (many other) backlog games. Still, I’ve heard positive things about VV in recent years – NitroRad’s review of it, in particular, made me want to revisit it (I only played the demo back in the day, and felt it was “okay”). I’ll try to pick this up when it hits Steam

    At the very least, it’ll be great to support more 3D Platformers in their glorious return this year 😀 Poi launched out of Early Access, Yooka Laylee and Snake Pass are coming up soon, Humble’s publishing A Hat in Time and Grip Digital is publishing Skyler & Plux, while Amazon Game Studios is publishing Oliver & Spike: Dimension Jumpers, Mario Odyssey and Sonic Generations 2 are going to make it this year hopefully, indies like Macbat 64, Happy Hell and Clive & Wrench are on deck, and we’ve even got a couple of older games coming back like Crash with the N-Sane Trilogy Remaster, Psychonauts 2, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2 HD and Voodoo Vince here as well. *phew*!

    Man oh man, 2017 is the best year for 3D Platformers since, like, 1997. Went from “dead” to “busy af” practically overnight! And its awesome to see so many “middle tier” publishers embracing them and the small studios that are making them these days; in an age where AAA megapublishers have just ignored them (and many other genres), people like Team 17, Humble Publishing and Grip Digital are treating them with the respect and attention they deserve! 😀

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