Throw the Warped Code Out’s survival horror game Back in 1995 is coming to consoles, publisher Ratalaika Games announced.
Originally released on Steam back in April 2016, Back in 1995 sports retro 3D graphics similar to PlayStation 1 games. The game also features the infamous tank controls, which requires players to commit to a direction before moving. A 3DS version of the game released in the Japanese eShop in April 2018.
No announced date has been revealed yet, but Ratalaika confirmed that they are working on porting the game to PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, and Switch.
About Back in 1995
A throwback to the survival horror and mystery games of the original PlayStation, Back in 1995 faithfully re-creates everything from this all-but-forgotten era of games.
Be transported to a world both concrete and indistinct, where you must uncover the mystery surrounding the disappearance of your daughter, the catastrophe that shook the city, and why you’ve decided to finally return.
Back in 1995 was created as a labour of love by indie developer Takaaki Ichijo as a means to replicate the unique feeling he had from his first gaming experiences: the PlayStation and the Sega Saturn.
- Get lost in the nostalgic world of retro 3D graphics, including low res models, texture warping, CRT emulation, and fixed CCTV style camera angles.
- Relive the mystery game genre with an old-school user interface and tank controls.
- Explore a sparse cityscape in the year 1995, littered with clues about the past.
- Interact with a cast of damaged characters whose intentions you can never truly know.
- Uncover the mystery of yourself, your daughter, and what happened to the city.
- 2-3 hours of gameplay.