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Killer Is Dead for PC to Release on May 9

/ Feb 22nd, 2014 No Comments

Killer Is Dead for PC to Release on May 9 2014

Deep Silver has announced that the Nightmare Edition of Killer is Dead for PC will be available on May 9. The game will be available for $19.99 at both retail locations and for digital download. This edition will include exclusive extra content, including a new difficulty mode aptly named “Nightmare Mode” for players to enjoy.

Nightmare Edition Details

This new Nightmare Edition of Killer is Dead will feature a new, more difficult, gaming mode where enemies can only be killed using certain attacks, such as Adrenaline Burst and Headshots. This will force players into a mode where skill and tactical attacks are rewarded. Players in this new mode will not be able to use the “Final Judegement” finisher.

Other goodies included in this edition include a Smooth Operator Pack for console, which was unlockable after Episode 3. There is a new Theater Mode for players to enjoy that allows them to rewatch cutscenes and receive extended background information on characters.

About Killer is Dead

The game is set in the near future, with the player taking control of an executioner named Mondo Zappa. He uses a Japanese sword in his right hand, while equipping various other interchangeable weapons for his left, artificial, arm. The final goal of the game is to kill various evil-doing criminals that are scattered around the world. The game was developed by Kadokawa Games, with SUDA51 lending his style for the game.

Our Take

If you missed it on your console, picking up this new edition of Killer is Dead on PC for less than $20 is a great deal if you love the gory action murder/death/kill genre of gaming. The game did fairly well for PS3 and Xbox 360 and has a really nice art style to it.



Sean Gibson

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Sean Gibson was the founder of Gaming Illustrated and served as Executive Editor and lead reviewer from 2002 to 2014. He no longer is affiliated with Gaming Illustrated, but remembers his time with the site fondly.
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