Video game remaster developer Nightdive Studios has released the latest episode of “Deep Dive,” its bi-weekly podcast series that takes fans behind the scenes of the renowned team to learn more about its library of acclaimed retro titles.

In this week’s episode, we’re given a closer look at Nightdive Studios and Ziggurat Interactive’s upcoming Killing Time: Resurrected, the remaster of the classic 1995 comedy horror FPS which was announced at Guerrilla Collective 2024 in June. Interviews with Albert Marin Garau (Nightdive artist) and Josh “Slartibarty” Dowel (Nightdive developer) give insight into how Killing Time’s visuals (including the FMV sprites) have been upgraded for HD platforms and what kind of restored content fans can expect.

Nightdive Studios’ Deep Dive podcast is hosted by Dimitris “Modern Vintage Gamer” Giannakis with co-hosts Morgan Shaver (Nightdive’s Comms Manager) and Locke Vincent (Nightdive’s Video Producer). New episodes will be released every other Monday on YouTube, offering fans a closer look at what the Nightdive team is working on via developer interviews and by showcasing behind-the-scenes content. Episodes will also feature Nightdive community giveaways and shout-outs, including fan art spotlights, favorite comments, and more. Nightdive Studios fans can subscribe to the Deep Dive podcast on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, and iHeartRadio.

About Killing Time: Resurrected:

Killing Time: Resurrected is an HD edition of the humorous horror shooter once described as “the bastard child of Doom and The 7th Guest.” When it was released in 1995, the original Killing Time quickly became a smash hit among fans of action, adventure, mystery, and puzzle games. Killing Time: Resurrected features toggleable high-resolution character artwork/sprites from the original 3DO and PC versions of the game, upscaled environmental texturing, smoother gameplay, more responsive controls, and expanded control and key-bind settings.

Set in the early 1930s, Killing Time: Resurrected casts players as a former Egyptology student trapped in the estate of wealthy heiress Tess Conway. Ms. Conway’s ritual to bestow eternal life backfires, and her high-society friends vanish without a trace. It’s up to players to find and destroy the mystical Egyptian Water-Clock to undo its curse and face a legion of supernatural horrors.

Killing Time: Resurrected will be released later this year on Switch.

[Press release]

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