A classic from the early 90s is brought into the present thanks to QUByte Interactive. The Immortal is re-released as QUByte Classics – The Immortal by PIKO and is available today on Xbox, PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.
The classic isometric action game that makes Dark Souls look like a walk in the park is here today to remind you that they don’t make games like they used to. Originally released for the Apple IIGS it was later ported to Atari, NES and SEGA Megadrive consoles. This version available on Xbox today features both 8-bit and 16-bit versions of the game.
Dive straight into the dungeon on either version and face-off against the creatures that live down there. As an unnamed sorcerer, your story will only begin to unfold as you journey further into The Immortal. Meet new allies, find new items and of course, encounter more dangers in order to survive the labyrinth and all the horrors within.
QUByte Classics – The Immortal by PIKO to give the release its full title is ready to download now on Xbox priced at £6.69. I’m sure fans of the original will be eager to pick this up, but will there be any new fans tempted to give this old-school classic a go? Let us know in the comments if you are playing it for the first time.
The Labyrinth holds mysteries unfit for mortal eyes. Mysteries of eternal life. Of sudden death. Of sorcery and betrayal. The Immortal is an isometric action-adventure game, with combat scenes and multiple choices when it comes to story. Developed in 1990, this game is a fan favorite of the old times of Nintendo/mega drive. The game consists of the player controlling an unnamed sorcerer, apprentice of Mordamir. The sorcerer faces various deadly creatures and traps in a dungeon, where at each stage he discovers more details about the story of his journey and finding new allies, items and dangers. The player must solve puzzles, avoid deathtraps, use magic spells (in the form of books and scrolls), and acquire various items in order to survive the labyrinth.