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Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Out Now

Who needs perfect accuracy when you can rewind time?

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Indie developer Big Games’ tribute to cult classic Reservoir DogsReservoir Dogs: Bloody Days, has officially released today.

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days puts players to the test as they engage in this fast-paced, top-down shooter over 18 different heists — where ammo is scarce, and health packs are nonexistant. To even the playing field however, players are given control of the “Time Rewind” mechanic. As the name suggests, this ability lets players rewind time — allowing them to undo mistakes and fine-tune their strategies.

“With Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days, we wanted to pay respects to one of our favorite films of all time while offering something innovative with the license,” said Big Star Games CEO Liam Patton. “We created the ‘Time Rewind’ mechanic to let players toy with time just as Quentin Tarantino did, adding a new layer of strategy to top-down shooter games that will appeal to hardcore gamers and film fans alike.”

Players will be able to control a number of iconic Reservoir Dogs characters throughout the game, each with their own unique abilities. It will be up to players to utilize these abilities in order to take down their foes, steal as much cash as possible, and come out on the other side alive. Doing so successfully will unlock new weapons and levels. Failing to do so will… well, it probably won’t turn out too well.

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is out now on PC and Mac via Steam and Twitch Games Commerce. Publisher Big Star Games also plans to release the game consoles later on this year. Will you be pulling off some heists of your own? Let us know in the comments below!

Starting out with nothing more than a Game Boy and a copy of Donkey Kong Land, Kenny has happily been gaming for almost his entire life. Easily-excitable and a bit on the chatty side,Kenny has always been eager to share gaming-related thoughts, opinions, and news with others and has been doing so on Hey Poor Player since 2014 and has previously worked with both PKMNcast and SCATcast. Although his taste in gaming spreads across a wide number of companies and consoles, Kenny holds a particular fondness for Nintendo handheld consoles. He is also very proud of his amiibo collection. You can also find him on Twitter @SuperBayleef talking about video games and general nonsense. Some of his favorite games include Tetris Attack, Pokémon Black Version 2, The World Ends With You, Kingdom Hearts: Dream Drop Distance, Yo-kai Watch, Donkey Kong Country 2, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Kirby's Dreamland 3, Mega Man X, and Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia (among many others).

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