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Edge of Twilight
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Developer(s) Fuzzyeyes
Publisher(s) SouthPeak Interactive
Platform(s) PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) TBA
Genre(s) Hack and slash, Platform
Mode(s) Single-player
Rating(s) CERO: Not yet rated
ESRB: Rating Pending (RP)
OFLC (AUS): Not yet rated
PEGI: 12+
USK: Not yet rated
Media Blu-ray Disc, DVD

Edge of Twilight is an upcoming "steampunk fantasy" game, developed by Fuzzyeyes Studio for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.[1]



The story of the Edge of Twilight is about a fantasy world after the Rift, an occurrence that split the world into two separate realms of Day and Night. In this post-apocalyptic world the player takes on the role of Lex, a bounty hunter. He gets caught in the clash between two civilizations, the Atherns and the Lithern. In a battle over a vast energy source, the Lithern became imprisoned and even the victims of genocide at the hands of the Atherns. Presumably, no Lithern survived. Lex is the sole surviving halfbreed in the world, which gives him the unique ability to travel between the Day and Night realms. This ability will become the world's only chance to avoid falling into darkness forever.[2]


This game is a third-person platformer title with hack and slash elements similar to that of the Devil May Cry series. The game features a dynamic camera system that quickly changes the viewpoint during movements like jumping big chasms, as seen in the game's official trailer.[3]


In December 2009, several sources (former employees of Fuzzyeyes Studios) stated that work on the project ceased "months ago" and that the game may not see release.[4]

These rumors, however, were put to rest by a public statement made by Fuzzyeyes Studios ensuring that the game will be released and that due to internal issues and problems with the publisher, Southpeak Interactive, the game's development had been postponed until early October. A Fuzzyeyes representative recently commented that "Currently all outsourcing parties still working hard on EOT development," so it seems the title will eventually make full retail release.[5]



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