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Gangster FPS 'Fallen Aces' will have you punch a shark in the face

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Punching a shark in the face. Do you expect any less from a game published by New Blood Interactive? Fallen Aces is a FPS crime noir that plays right out of the '90s and looks right out of a comic.

More about it:

  • A gritty crime noir saga: spanning three episodes and dozens of levels, and featuring fully voiced hand drawn comic cutscenes - Fallen Aces tells a real story.
  • The world is your weapon: use fists, knives, pipes, bats, trash cans, frying pans, pistols, shotguns, nail guns, spear guns, Tommy guns and more to take back Switchblade City.
  • Non linear level design: Choose your path, use stealth, go loud or try a mixture of both!
  • Hand drawn: 100% original hand drawn art and animation (No AI) brings the game to life.
  • Fuggedaboutit!: Hundreds of lines of authentic period era gangster dialogue injects personality into the wide array of people and places in Fallen Aces.

Shown off with a new trailer during Guerilla Collective 2024 Showcase have look:

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Announced for Windows, it should work just fine on Linux with Proton though. It has controller support too, so hopefully it will also work well on Steam Deck. One I very much plan to play, shooting right to the top of my wishlist.

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CatKiller 5 days ago
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QuoteAnnounced for Windows, it should work just fine on Linux with Proton though. It has controller support too, so hopefully it will also work well on Steam Deck.

It may well, but I'll still be waiting till it's 75% off before getting it - unlike, say, Selaco that I'd get at full price.
RTheren 5 days ago
Seriously looking forward for this one. Demo ran great last time I tried it so I have no qualms in getting this one *nervously looks at the gangster next to him with a gun*
razing32 5 days ago
An offer we can't refuse ?
axredneck 5 days ago
Reminds me of Action Doom 2
Phlebiac 5 days ago
See first screenshot: does Liam mean a loan shark? Scroll down, see YouTube video: oh, that really was literal!
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