Blue Estate, the over-the-top on-rails shooter based on the comic book series from Viktor Kalvachev, is coming to Xbox One next month. The game, described as a "dark comedy," will be available starting February 18 for $13. It's coming to Xbox One through Microsft's indie publishing division, ID@Xbox.
In Blue Estate, you play as psychopathic Tony Luciano and former soldier Clarence on a mission to basically kill everything that moves in the mafia underworld of Los Angeles. A co-op mode lets two players compete for high scores.
The game was designed "from the ground up" for use with Kinect on Xbox One, its developers say. Players can simply make a gun gesture with their hand to simulate shooting in the game. Check out the trailer above to more of how it works.
Blue Estate saw its initial console release last summer on PlayStation 4, utilizing the DualShock 4's touchpad as its control interface.
GameSpot's 3/10 review of Blue Estate said the game, "just smears the screen with racism and sexism, hoping against hope that you think that hating Asians and women is hysterical. It isn't."
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