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Enter the Gungeon is a gunfight dungeon crawler following a band of misfits seeking to shoot, loot, dodge roll and table-flip their way to personal absolution by reaching the legendary Gungeon’s ultimate treasure: the gun that can kill the past.

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Enter the Gungeon is a gunfight dungeon crawler following a band of misfits seeking to shoot, loot, dodge roll and table-flip their way to personal absolution by reaching the legendary Gungeon’s ultimate treasure: the gun that can kill the past. Select a hero and battle your way to the bot¬tom of the Gungeon by surviving a challenging and evolving series of floors filled with the dangerously adorable Gundead and fearsome Gungeon bosses armed to the teeth. Gather precious loot, discover hidden secrets, and chat with opportunistic merchants and shopkeepers to purchase powerful items to gain an edge.

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**Key Features:**

- **The Gungeon:** Enter the Gungeon – a constantly evolving bullet hell fortress that elegantly blends meticulously hand-designed rooms within a procedurally-generated labyrinth bent on destroying all that enter its walls. But beware – the Gungeon responds to even the most modest victory against its sentries and traps by raising the stakes and the challenges found within!

- **The Cult of the Gundead:** The Gungeon isn’t just traps and chasms – calm your nerves and steady your aim as you face down the gun-totting Cult of the Gundead. These disciples of the gun will stop at nothing to put down the heroes in their tracks and employ any tactics necessary to defend their temple.

- **The Gungeoneers:** Choose between one of several unlikely heroes, each burdened by a deep regret and in search of a way to change their past, no matter the cost. Filled with equal parts courage and desperation, these adventurers won’t hesitate to dive across flaming walls, roll through a wall of bullets, or take cover behind whatever is around to make it to their goal alive!

- **The Guns:** Discover and unlock scores of uniquely fantastic guns to annihilate all that oppose you in the Gungeon – each carrying their own unique tactics and ammunition. Unleash everything from the tried and true medley of missiles, lasers, and cannonballs to the bizarrely effective volley of rainbows, fish, foam darts, and bees! Yep, bees.

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Publisher:
Devolver Digital
Developer:
Dodge Roll
Genres:
Source:
Devolver Digital
Released:
Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Modes:
Singleplayer, Coop
Languages:
Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, German, French, English
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Minimum Requirements

PC:

- OS: Windows 7 or later
- CPU: 2.0GHz i5 or better
- RAM: 2GB RAM
- HDD: 1.2 GB
- GRAPHICS: 2 GB of Video RAM
- NOTES: PS4 or Xbox 360 gamepad Recommended

Mac:

- OS: OS 10.6+
- CPU: 2.0GHz i5 or better
- RAM: 2GB RAM
- HDD: 1.2 GB
- GRAPHICS: 2 GB of Video RAM
- NOTES: PS4 or Xbox 360 gamepad Recommended

Linux:

- OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
- CPU: 2.0GHz i5 or better
- RAM: 2GB RAM
- HDD: 1.2 GB
- GRAPHICS: 2 GB of Video RAM
- NOTES: PS4 or Xbox 360 gamepad Recommended

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Reviews for Enter the Gungeon

90
Addictive, entertaining and tons of puns

This game is riddled with bad puns like Gatling gull instead of Gatling gun and references to movies that will make you laugh at it's silliness. It's entertaining, very hard and cheap. I mean what more can you ask for? Go buy it right now and see for yourself!

100
Isaac meets Nuclear Throne.

This game is like the result of the Binding of Isaac making love with Nuclear throne, adds tons of bullets (even the mobs will be) and you'll have Enter the Gungeon. This game is simply addicting, the gameplay is as simple as really well done in this game that reminds half a roguelike and half a bullet-hell. You'll have tons of fun with this, especially with the co-op mode!

84
Good, but not the best roguelike games

Negatives first: This game is a RNG mess. To the point where you have to restart a specific run due to not enough necessary drops. Or you get screwed because of no good weapons or no ammo drops. Even the randomly generated rooms can put you at a disadvantage. I really don't like this aspect of the game. Besides that it's a great rouge-like bullet hell game. It feels and looks great, the music is catchy and the boss designs are hilarious. It really is fun to play and there even is local coop if you plug in a controller to your PC. The coop feature is thought out well and a whole lot of fun while still being as challenging as playing solo. Just keep in mind the random nature and permadeath when buying this game.

89
Not Binding of Isaac

Sooooo...... i ain't a big Isaac fan (just to make thing clear), buuut this game is astonishing! My first tries on this game were pathetic ( i was having a hard time getting to LVL 3), but after a good amount of time and fun..... well, this game got better, faster, better, more fun, better, scary (no joke), better, better and BETTER! This game was , is and will be on my desktop until the end of my PC! It is just relaxing even sometimes when i play it! and the graphics bring me back when i played games on my grandmas black and white TV

100
Imagine if Isaac was fish, and fish can roll

Keep in mind this is the review/opinion of a none professional, and casual gamer, also I am a terrible writer. Essentially in terms of game type "Enter the Gungeon" is a very well done top down twinstick or keyboard and mouse shooter with elements of starting off fresh with each attempt at "entering the gungeon" (known as a roguelike) along with a pretty 50/50 unlock system in terms of what type of item you're getting (relatable to the Binding of Isaac), on a side note there is also LOCAL co-op if you have multiple ways of control, not just keyboard/mouse. In terms of mechanics, the easiest comparison in recent memory would be a combination of "Nuclear Throne" and yet again "The Binding of Isaac" due to the game having a plethora of guns and passive items along with some controls such as the aim style of using crosshair/stick, Large and intimidating boss fights, and secrets. With this comparisons though comes a few negatives, the game does not include many of the synergies or fun item/passive combinations as the aforementioned games include, and a large part of this problem is due to the fact that this is a game mostly about your own skill, guns, and luck, but mainly guns that lead to a very one directional ability or mechanic implemented into the gun making it usually viable when used in a very small funnel of ways. More on the gun topic though would be how they usually synergize; guns in this game have usually only 3 likely synergies, those being element (none, fire, water, ice, electric, poison, explosive, and bee?), passive items that increase any guns viability though making some very unsafe for your character, and finally literally just how many bullets you can get onto the screen at one while using other guns by switching between all of them. I will not go in depth about synergies, and will leave it to the consumer or anyone who wants to research it to figure out how things work. As the name of the publisher suggests there is indeed a dodge roll mechanic that includes invincibility frames (I frames) meaning that during your roll, you can't take damage, and quite a lot of things have been built around this system of dodge rolling, such as items, enemy attack patterns, and even room obstacles. The previously mentioned mechanics are the main and most prominent ones, so if you want to know more about the lesser developed things then I would recommend you to just watch the trailer, or even an episode of someone playing this game. Now as I have lost your attention with bad writing and terrible grammar there is the subject of how the game presents itself in terms of story, atmosphere, and design choices. "Enter the Gungeon" is mostly just a story about 4-(5?) adventurers that chose to enter due to their problems in the past that they want to change using "the gun that can shoot the past" of which can only be found in the gungeon, a great castle that has been cursed with everything being a silly gun play (not really), after the castle had fallen many have also come to the gungeon to shoot their past, or even just look for treasures and profit, but no one has found a way to achieve any of their final goals, and it is your job as the player to select a character and make everyone's dreams come true, unless they are a victim of your merciless slaughter of "bulletkin". Atmospherically "Enter the Gungeon" would best be described in my opinion at least as a classic pixel art dungeon crawler that doesn't take itself too seriously, though does have some slightly controversial themes that ARE NOT about anything "socially disturbing" rather it's literally a game with gun jokes everywhere, some drug use, "blood?", and even more gun jokes. In terms of design pretty much everything that you would feel should be a small detail has some thought put into it throughout the whole game, with tables that have things on them that actually have some sort of semblance to physics when thrown off, bullet holes that actually appear in the walls and stick there without despawning, and even very weird achievements that the devs probably thought up of as jokes, but in my personal opinion the best detail put into the game would be the numerous references to other forms of media and itself, if you could find all of them I would praise you as a god or a horrible otaku that can't seem to get any entertainment out of normal things. In the end(of this horrible review) I would say that "Enter the Gungeon" is an amazing game, albeit with its flaws I would have to give this game a Spooky ghost out of Fluffy cloud score, and why so? It's because if you're interested at all in the game, don't rely on a number and find your own opinion on whether or not a game is good or bad, you can't just be taking time to only read this one long and torturous review, so good luck! (b'-')b

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