Martha is Dead: Honored at the Italian Video Game Awards

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Martha Is Dead receives honors at the Italian Video Game Awards.

Publisher Wired Productions and leading Italian studio LKA are proud to announce that dark psychological thriller Martha Is Dead has been recognized by an international jury in the Best Innovation category at the tenth annual Italian Video Game Awards.

Martha Is Dead was also honored with second place in the Best Italian Game category by the Italian Interactive Digital Entertainment Association (IIDEA). The Italian Video Game Awards annually recognize the Italian games industry on the world stage.

Watch the Italian Video Game Awards Accolades trailer for Martha Is Dead here:

Martha Is Dead is set in Tuscany, Italy in 1944 as the conflict between German and Allied forces escalates. The story follows Giulia, the young daughter of a German soldier, who investigates the death of her twin sister, Martha. Blurring the lines between reality, superstition and wartime tragedy, Martha Is Dead has garnered critical acclaim around the world since its release in February this year.

“It’s an honor for Martha Is Dead to be recognized among some of the biggest studios, minds and games in the Italian video game industry,” said Luca Dalco, Founder and Director of LKA. “Winning this award really makes the development journey worthwhile, thank you.”

“Martha Is Dead is a revolutionary game that tells an important story and we are proud to be recognized among many notable Italian games and studios,” comments Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions. “I’m so proud of Luca and the LKA team, who really deserve this award after five years of development.”

Martha Is Dead retail is available in stores for PlayStation 4 and 5. Both the digital and physical versions of the game are priced at €29.99.

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