Video: One Epic Game by Grip Games Hits PSN Tomorrow
Grip Games CEO Jakub Mikyska has posted up a video trailer today announcing that One Epic Game is hitting PSN tomorrow.
To quote: My name is Jakub from Grip Games, the folks who gave you MiniSquadron and 5-in-1 Arcade Hits, and I'd like to tell you about our next project - One Epic Game, which is now being released via PlayStation Store tomorrow.
All of gaming's most notorious stereotypes finally make an appearance in one epic game - aliens, zombies, fantasy, World War II and nuclear wasteland. One Epic Game puts you in the shoes of Alpha Dog, another muscular, one dimensional action hero with the task to negotiate with the enemies the only way they understand - a bullet in the brain!
As you have probably guessed by now, everything about One Epic Game is intentionally over-the-top. The name, the action, the main hero, humour... One Epic Game is a parody of all the gaming stereotypes we see in almost every action game. But it does not stop only with games, as you'll see us pay homage to some popular movies and much more.
One Epic Game is a minis game and will cost you only 2.99 EUR, but that does not stop it from having tons of content to keep you entertained for many hours.
The Story mode contains ten levels and when you are done with it, you can try one of the seven different challenges that will test your skills - you'll be required to jump-kill the enemies, survive with only one life, pick which enemies to kill and which to let go, etc. And finally, there is the Free Run mode which is just you and your skill against the enemies and environmental obstacles. No special tasks or distance limits.
To deal with the insane numbers of enemies that the game will send at you, you'll need an impressive arsenal. One Epic Game has all the time-proven favourites, such as shotguns, machine guns, lasers, BFG, jet-packs and my personal favourite - flamethrowers.
One Epic Game is compatible with both PS3 and PSP and if you are a PlayStation Plus subscriber, you'll get an additional 50% discount, which makes it practically a steal.