Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days
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Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Comes To PC

Big Star Games and Lionsgate launch innovative top-down action-strategy shooter for the 25th anniversary of iconic movie Reservoir Dogs’ release. Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days

In Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days, players will discover a new level of strategy for an action/shooter, by rewinding time to guide each Reservoir Dog through high-level tactical gameplay. Turning time back affords players a chance to realign strategies, save downed allies or conduct complex maneuvers to blast a bloody path through enemies and complete each heist. With no health packs and limited ammo, players will need to carefully execute their plans and steal as much as possible to make it through the game’s 18 levels.

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days users can control a cast of iconic characters, such as Mr. Blonde and Mr. White. Players will also be utilizing unique sets of passive abilities to succeed in the game’s multitude of heists. Players must navigate the game’s fast-paced action and hard-hitting twists by balancing aggressive shooting and taking cover while stealing as much cash as possible to unlock new weapons and levels.

Action-shooter fans playing Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days will experience:

  • Unique Time-bending Action with the “Time Rewind” System: Use overlapping bursts of time to adapt and execute new tactics on the fly through each stage
  • Six Infamous Movie Characters: Control Mr. Blonde, Mr. Blue, Mr. Brown, Mr. Orange, Mr. Pink, and Mr. White in a series of heists while using each characters’ unique abilities
  • Heists and Surprises: Complete a variety of high-octane heists that take place in diverse environments containing unsuspecting twists and turns

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