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All Articles: The Expendabros
The Expendables is a testosterone-laden film franchise that gathers together an all-star lineup of 80s action stars for all new adventures, such as this month’s The Expendables 3. Spearheaded by Sylvester Stallone, the film trilogy has roped in Jason Statham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bruce Willis, Dolph Lundgren, Jean Claude Van Damme, and many others in its pursuit of creating the ultimate 80s movie.
Free Lives’ Broforce is a Contra-like side-scrolling shooter that has won over gamers with its insane run-and-gun action. Dripping with flag-waving patriotism and featuring bro-tastic parodies of those same 80s action stars, it already feels like a game adaptation of the Expendables formula.
So a Broforce/The Expendables 3 crossover seems like the natural fit, doesn’t it?
Enter The Expendabros, a ten-level crossover game that “combines the shock of Broforce with the awe of The Expendables 3 into an all-new ten-mission tour-de-force.” Now available as a free download through Steam, publisher Devolver Digital has taken to calling it “the best thing ever made.”
It’s hard to argue with them.