Get mission ->, kill bad guys ->, rescue good guys ->, kill big bad guy ->, ride helicopter into sunset. This is the action movie archetype, the reason we sit in cinemas summer after summera plotline now so mechanical, that Free Lives went ahead and turned it into a mechanic.
Its how every single level of Broforces technically endless campaign plays out (a level editor and custom playlists back up the sizeable main game). Like any action movie, the details might alter. Sometimes youre taking one of those massive, diagonally-moving lifts you only ever see in evil labs rather than grabbing a chopper-lifted ladder, but the effect is the same
In fact, this is Broforces entire design outlook. It pilfers from action movies, and uses their familiarity to build an immediately readable take on the accepted run n gun genreall pixels, enemy screams and one-shot-one-death twitchery.
The playable 'bros' are Broforce's most obvious references.
Developer: Free Lives
Publisher: Devolver Digital
Release Date: 15 Oct, 2015
Genre: Action, Shooter, Adventure, Casual
- OS: Windows Vista or Later
- Processor: Intel Core™ Duo or faster
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 compliant video card
- Storage: 1300 MB available space
- Additional Notes: Gamepad highly recommended.