The beginning of Voodoo Vince on Xbox
Voodoo Vince was first released on the original Xbox back in September 2003. Back then, player demographics and the evolution of technology weren’t quite on gamers’ side, so games from that period have very short lives. A game doesn’t get very much time until it becomes relegated to the depths of the past. This is exactly what happened to Voodoo Vince as it was quickly forgotten in the shuffle and, until now, seemed that it was going to remain that way.
The revival of Voodoo Vince wouldn’t have been possible without encouragement from Phil Spencer and the whole team at ID@Xbox, who made it quite easy for a group of enthusiasts to publish Voodoo Vince independently. In order to do all this, Phil was driven by the feelings of enthusiasm and adrenaline he used to have back in 2014 when played Voodoo Vince together with his kids.
The final result includes both a resurrection and restoration of the game. If we check out the screenshots and the game’s trailer, we notice that Voodoo Vince looks exactly as it did a long time ago.
The entire team that contributed to Voodoo Vince and the game’s resurrection is enthusiastic about their final product and are excited at the thought that past fans of this game will finally get the chance to rediscover and play it again.
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