Earlier today, independent video game developer HeSaw announced that a new PC video game based on the "Blue Estate" comic books would be making its way to PC exclusively for Leap Motion soon.
Published by Image Comics, "Blue Estate" is an Eisner Awards-nominated comic series from Viktor Kalvachev, and the video game is a rail shooter developed by HeSaw, a new independent studio based in Paris, France. The game takes players to a mob filled world of dark comedy and violence, putting players in the shoes of Tony Luciano, an "angel of murder", quick with one-liners and deadly with his guns, when his hair isn’t getting in the way.
"Blue Estate" will be available through the Leap Motion Airspace Store soon. For those of you wondering what Leap Motion is, it's a device that runs about $79.99 and allows for 3D motion control, giving owners control of their computer using only your hands, so when you play "Blue Estate" you will be making your hand into the shape of a pistol, like when you were a kid, to blast away you enemies. This can be seen in the video preview on the left.
To learn more about "Blue Estate" for Leap Motion, you can visit the official site.