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Blinding of Isaac: Rebirth Near Completion

The guys over at Nicalis have released a new trailer showing the that the remake of popular indie game The Blinding of Isaac dubbed "Rebirth" is close to completion.
The video is the first proper look we've had of the remake apart from the few brief animated gifs and offscreen captures found in the depths of the internet. Lead creator Edmund McMillen recently revealed, "A new item in the form of The Starter Deck, as well as news that each item will now have a description, albeit a cryptic one. At this point there are twice as many items in the game as before and I think it’s pretty illogical for me to expect players to remember them all."
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth will also allow users to share game seeds meaning especially interesting and/or challenging runs can be revisited. Nicalis is developing it for the PS4, PS Vita, Steam, and Mac OSX and are in talks with Microsoft and Nintendo to get the game onto their relevant games stores. The game is expected to be released some time this year and you can see what to expect from the trailer below.


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