El Paso Elsewhere. Not the same catchy title as Max Payne, but you’ll likely remember it as it’s a potential spiritual successor to the franchise, only a supernatural neo-noir third-person shooter.
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From Strange Scaffold, you will be hunting down werewolves, fallen angels and other damned creatures in a glorious slow-motion environment. Draculae is on a rampage, and it’s your job to ‘destroy the villain you loved–even if it means dying yourself’.
There’s a connection then with the lord of the vampires, as you rescue hostages from their potential demise, taking werewolf claws to the chest?!
Key features in El Paso Elsewhere include:
- Features a fully-voiced neo-noir story campaign set in a reality-shifting motel full of monsters.
- Levels filled with hordes of destructible physics objects; for shooting.
- Wide arsenal of weaponry, including molotov cocktails filled with holy blue flame.
- More slow-motion dives than you would think it is humanly possible to fit into a single video game.
- Original hip-hop soundtrack.
Have a peek at the trailer. I’m getting a scent of Shadowman, too:
Alas, El Paso Elsewhere won’t be available until 2022, but has been announced on the Guerilla Collective 2 E3 showcase.