Gambitious Entertainment has been busy creating trailers for three of its upcoming games, including the updated Hard Reset Redux (PC, PS4 & Xbox One), Crush Your Enemies (PC, Mac, Linux, iOS & Android), and Zombie Night Terror (PC, Mac).
Let’s start with Hard Reset Redux, which is a remastered version of a formerly PC-exclusive game, which is now coming to consoles with extra bells and whistles. Its press release offers some great information, including:
The world as we know it has ceased to exist. Surrounded by vast, hostile wastelands, the remnants of humankind’s dwindling population live within the closed city of Bezoar, but the walls have been breached. As a CLN soldier, you are all that stands between the hive mind machines of The Sanctuary, and total extinction.
Combining unapologetically over-the-top destruction and a dark cyberpunk setting, the breakout FPS from Flying Wild Hog (Shadow Warrior 1 & 2) gets reenergized for modern audiences with an upgraded visual engine and rebalanced gameplay, along with new enemies and weaponry (cyber-katana!).
Next up is Crush Your Enemies, a game that aims to take the convoluted mechanics of the RTS genre into more accessible territory.
Strategy games have become too stuffy, bogged down with diplomacy, endless repositioning, waiting….ugh, so much waiting. Crush Your Enemies is a RTS distilled down to the basics – foul-mouthed barbarians, gratuitous use of “bollocks,” and more chest hair than you can handle.
Crush Your Enemies offers short bursts of brutal mayhem with super-simple controls, an epic single-player campaign, and cross-platform multiplayer. Even better, Crush Your Enemies is overflowing with delightful bloodshed, naughty curse words, and downright weird boss battles, like a giant head-butting Death Snail.
Crush Your Enemies is the second game from Warsaw-based studio, Vile Monarch, and features an original score composed by Marcin Przybyłowicz (The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, Hard West).
Last, but not least, is NoClip’s Zombie Night Terror, where the player becomes the apocalypse.
Do you watch horror movies and root for the undead? In Zombie Night Terror, Lemmings meets Night of the Living Dead as you infect the insufferable humans and guide your horde through each level, grab a few snacks along the way, and hopefully avoid a bullet to the head.
You are the (only) brains of the operation, infecting bystanders and cleverly mutating your zombies to overrun 40 levels of pitiful humans who will fight to the inevitable death. But, there will be no mercy, because the only way to survive the zombie apocalypse is to BE the apocalypse.
Zombie Night Terror is the first game from talented France-based studio NoClip, and chews into PC and Mac this spring.