This Investigative Adventure Game Is Adding Talent From Mass Effect And DC Comics

By Eugene . July 19, 2014 . 5:00pm


AR-K is a 3D adventure game that got itself Kickstarted after giving players a taste of its first chapter for free. Starting with Chapter 2, it’s now also adding the voice actress of Tali from Mass Effect.



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Ash Sroka, the voice actress, will be voicing main character Alicia Van Volish. Accused of a crime she didn’t commit and forced out of her job as a cop, Alicia is now an aspiring investigative journalist. A journalist whose past with a mysterious golden ball has come back for you to solve.


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The game is split into episodic content, with Ash coming on board from chapter two, titled The Girl That Wasn’t There. Episode’s 3 and 4 will also see writer Greg Rucka join up, who has written at DC Comics and Marvel on projects including Wonder Woman, Batwoman, Wolverine and Elektra.



Chapter One will also get a re-mastered edition on July 21st to coincide with Chapter 2’s release It will include better animation and additional voices.



AR-K – Chapter 2: The Girl That Wasn’t There– will be released on July 21st on PC and Mac. Chapter One is also available on iOS and Android.

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  • Mugiwara

    Interesting. I will have a look on this.

  • Kango234

    For those who don’t read comics, Greg Rucka is a phenomenal writer.

  • William Carpenter

    I pledged for the Kickstarter solely on the basis that Greg Rucka was writing a video game, that is how much I like his comic work. His Detective Comics run was tremendous. One of the best character writers in the industry.

    Plus, he’s also a huge game fan! He’s always talking about BioWare games, and even wrote a few Perfect Dark tie-in novels that actually turned out surprisingly good!

  • Erde

    I hope the Mass Effect talent is not the one that gave us the ending to ME3. :D

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