Play as Dusty, a vicious multi-gun wielding madman that boasts intense melee attacks. Or play as Kitsune, a foxy lady from the Orient with skillful sword moves and graceful combos.Read full description
"All in all, it feels like a condensed 2D Devil May Cry 3, which is a great thing, and shows that PDDesignStudio really has a knack for designing technical action." - Destructoid.com
Play as Dusty, a vicious multi-gun wielding madman that boasts intense melee attacks. Or play as Kitsune, a foxy lady from the Orient with skillful sword moves and graceful combos. Players can also call upon two support characters, Rondel the artillery support who tramples enemies with his beastly rocket launchers, and McCoy the sharpshooter who takes down loads of enemies stealthily with his deadly accurate rifle.
New Playable Character (Kitsune)
Co-op Mode (Pair Dusty up with Kitsune for double the carnage)
Brand New Level
Additional New Bosses
Additional New Enemies
Brand New Boss Rush Mode
Brand New Unlockable Art Gallery
This is a 2d adventure style brawler. the graphics feels very flat, and i know that is what they might be going for but it feels like this should be a browser based flash game. although, this game still looks pretty and runs like a dream on any system. The best part is probably the co-op mode though and as with most brawlers, really helps to get you through the game without dying a billion times. game can feel short, but re-playing it with a friend can add to it, but not by much. The game really lacks in regards to the feeling of value. The controls are tight and are nice and button-mashy (just how i like my brawling games). however, some street fighter style combos would be cool and even the chance to use bigger and better weapons would be nice, but everything just feels very mundane in that category. over all, not bad, but still needs a lot to make me convert from something like castle crashers.
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