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Deep Silver Offers a Ride to Hell This Summer

/ Apr 5th, 2013 No Comments

Ride to Hell
Ride to Hell

Jake Conway ponders the looming road ahead.

Deep Silver announced Ride to Hell: Retribution will release on June 25 in North America and June 28 in other territories. Ride to Hell: Retribution will be available on Xbox 360PC and PlayStation 3.

Ride to Hell: Retribution tells the story of returning Vietnam vet, Jake Conway. He is a man with a simple philosophy, either give him a gun or give him a girl (as long as she’s cool with it). Well, he has another philosophy; give him both of them at the same time. Or a girl with a gun.

Conway is on a quest for vengeance against the dastardly biker gang, The Devil’s Hand. Utilizing an arsenal of weapons and his bike, Conway will track down The Devil’s Hand. When he finds members of the gang, he will execute them with no remorse and a bit of pleasure. Explore a world entrenched in the shift between the conservative 50s and the wild 60s. The hard hitting action of Retribution has all the styling of a Russ Meyer flick.

Not only did Deep Silver date Ride to Hell: Retribution, they will also release two additional games in the Ride to Hell universe. For gamers looking for a multiplayer experience, Ride to Hell: Route 666 will offer players a chance to lead their own MC. The game will allow players to recruit and lead gang members on their trek from Chicago all the way to LA.

Combining arcade-style play and easily understandable tactics, Route 666 will be simple to dive into for all players. Ride to Hell: Route 666 is also expected to be released sometime in June, alongside Ride to Hell: Retribution. It will be available on the PlayStation Store, Xbox Live Arcade and Steam.

The final game to join the universe will be Ride to Hell: Beatdown. It is a mobile game that leverages the brawler genre with a rock-and-roll theme. Details will be forthcoming on this third title.

Ride to Hell

This isn’t my America!

Eutechnyx is handling the development duties on Ride to Hell: Retribution. As a studio with 25 years of experience, they are an independent racing game developer. Their previous works include NASCAR The Game and the free-to-play PC game, Auto Club Revolution. Black Forest Games will develop the multiplayer-led Ride to Hell: Route 666. They are an independent studio from Germany. Their prior work includes Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams.

Stay tuned to Gaming Illustrated for more news on the Ride to Hell universe of games and other news from Deep Silver.

Check out the Grindhouse trailer for Ride to Hell: Retribution below.

Kalvin Martinez

Kalvin Martinez

Senior Editor at Gaming Illustrated
Kalvin Martinez studied Creative Writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz. He writes reviews, prose and filthy limericks. Currently, he lives in Tustin, California. He is still wondering what it would be like to work at a real police department. Follow Kalvin on Twitter @freepartysubs
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