Rune Shimotsuji Storm , RuneShiStorm

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Available on:PCOct 18, 2019

Developer: Rune Shimotsuji Storm

Publisher: RuneShiStorm

Genre: Action

Shortly after the fall of The New World Order, a new regime; Anonymous, stepped out of the shadows to rule the World. KnifeBoy, now dead, caused the Rebel army to slowly fall apart... But not for long - Dr. J managed to bring KnifeBoy back from the dead to oppose the Newly established Regime once more and save his GirlFriend Blue from her imprisonment! ⦁ Fight a diverse cast of enemies, big boss fights and avoid deadly traps! Solve conspiracy Theory based Side Quests such as "Is BigFoot real?" and "Roswell U.F.O". ⦁ Explore an alternative Nevada in a unique looking 2D adventure Game. Collect Power Ups and traverse through 8 Levels and an "Open-Hub-World" filled with collectibles, Comic-Books and more! ⦁ Unravel a twisted story through environmental storytelling, NPC conversations, and comic books. Only the observant player will be able to fully understand the past, present and the future of this uniquely told story. ⦁ Background story Years ago, KnifeBoy woke up from a Coma with his Girlfriend Blue by his side. Not remembering anything from his past, this was for him, his own Birth. Jack and Blue informed him about his Past; "You are a Rebel Leader who has been fighting The New World Order and we are close to win!"... And they did... But KnifeBoy never had the chance to celebrate the new era. Soon after the fall of The New World Order, KnifeBoy was killed and a New Regime took a hold of the world "Anonymous". This Game takes place soon after the rise of Anonymous, and it's up to you to save your Girlfriend, find your killer, and destroy the New Regime.

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4 / 10

KnifeBoy oozes atmosphere, combining elements of trippy surrealism, with a weird, post-apocalyptic kind of setting… but it is otherwise a boring, and heavily unpolished piece of software - one where the love of its creator still manages to shine through the cracks, but that's not enough. Still worth a go for those who have a thing for the unique and the bizarre, but there are far better metroidvanias out there.

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