Bloody Good Time
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|Bloody Good Time|
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|Platform(s)||Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows|
|Release||Xbox 360 |
The game is a spiritual sequel to The Ship, Outerlight's debut title, with similar but improved gameplay and graphics. It features four various game modes (hunt, elimination, revenge and deathmatch). Up to eight players can play in online matches. There is also an arcade mode which allows the player to play against the AI bots. The title uses Valve's Source engine.
The game takes place on a Hollywood movie set and it features three different maps: beach, casino and horror house. Players can choose one of the eight available B-movie characters (The Surfer, The Beach babe, The Goth, The Bunny girl, The Showgirl, The Clown, The Gambler and The Stoner) and then kill other players with 21 different weapons, including usual guns and other items, such as frying pan or remote-controlled rats. The reception has been lukewarm, with very weak sales, which was attributed to Outerlight's demise.
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Bloody Good Time received mixed reviews upon release, with the Xbox 360 version receiving more mixed reviews than the PC version. On Metacritic, the game holds scores of 73/100 for the PC version based on 5 reviews, and 55/100 for the Xbox 360 version based on 18 reviews.
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