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Madcap Abe's Odyssee New 'N' Tasty Launch Trailer

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Get ready to party like it's 1997. And the party involves playing a platforming video game. 

Basically, this is just a convoluted way of saying there's a new remake of a classic title worth getting on your PC - we'll just cut to the chase. 

Oddworld: New N Tasty isn't just a fresh lick of pixels for Abe's classic adventure. Resurrecting the hit platformer from your PS1 days, Abe's Odyssee has been built from the ground up for a new HD generation, with new physics, graphics, speech, sounds, vocals and cut-scenes. New 'n' Tasty remains faithful to Odyssee's original story, tasking players with rescuing Abe's Mudokon brethren from the sinister Rupture Farms.

Now available for PC and PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PlayStation 3 owners will have to wait until March until you can relive this essential title. 

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