Publicado: 19 de enero
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Have you ever wanted to play as the illuminaughty dorito spamming airhorns while shooting through hordes of bandits, a-hole scorpions, rats, sniper robots, crows with smgs, a giant robotic cerberus, cyborg wolves, necromancers, beings made of pure solidified radiation, interdimensional police, the teenage mutant ninja turtles, then overthrow a giant throne that kills all your friends before attaning it's final form, proceed to loop and do everything for an eternal cycle until you get shot too much and decide to warp back to your space mansion? then you'll love this game, even in it's unfinished form. tough but exciting, this game is truly a bullet hell masterpiece.
boring version of what I said:
Basically you play as an outlaw in a post-apocolyptic world looking for the Nuclear Throne, an almighty source of radioactive power. the journey is not safe however, and is frought with much danger, which is why you collect "rads" to level up and gain amazing mutations to make the quest an accomplishable task.
The game plays as a top-down rogue-like action game, and is basically what happens when you mix binding of isaac and borderlands together, slap on some retro-ish graphics, then cover it in bullet hell smegma. I thoroughly enjoy this game and hope you do too. ( hopefully featuring Dante from Devil May Cry & Knuckles).