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Indie publisher Devolver Digital took center stage for a few minutes during Sony’s E3 2015 Press Conference, and the most-anticipated game to emerge from that partnership was most definitely Mother Russia Bleeds. Taking place in the USSR of an alternate universe, Mother Russia Bleeds is an ultra-violent beat ’em up in development at The Cartel. Earlier this week, the developer released a brand new gameplay trailer to give gamers a closer look at the game’s pixelated brutality.
Mother Russia Bleeds will include simultaneous four-player multiplayer when it launches for the PC and PS4 in 2016.
A video was shown during Sony’s E3 Press Conference showcasing a foursome of games from Devolver Digital for the PS4 and Vita, and they immediately caught my attention.
- Ronin is a 2D action game starring a sword-wielding ninja. The game looks to be similar to Guacamelee! and Shank.
- Eitr is an isometric action-adventure RPG. The dungeon crawler also features a very retro appearance.
- The two that really looked good to me were Mother Russia Bleeds and Crossing Souls. Both titles have a distinctive Streets of Rage-style look, with the former being hyper-violent amd almost Splatterhouse-like in appearance. I’m not sure what to expect with Crossing Souls, but the animation interludes looked liked the classic Don Bluth games Space Ace and Dragon’s Lair.
More on these four will be revealed at a later date.