1970s Crime Film-inspired game Milanoir will be published by Gambitious Digital Entertainment. Revealed last year, the pixel-action title seems in the same vein as Pixel Crow's Beat Cop, except the emphasis here is on action. Learn more inside, the game is expected to release on PC later this year.
GAMBITIOUS DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT TO PUBLISH MILANOIR, ITALO GAMES’ 1970s CRIME FILM ACTION GAME
Chase the truth and trust no one in a fast-paced and stylized experience on Windows PC later this year
AMSTERDAM and MILAN – June 8, 2017 – Gambitious Digital Entertainment has announced it will publish independent developer Italo Games’ Milanoir, a pixel-packed action game inspired by the masterpiece Italian crime movies of the 1970s. The title is expected to launch later this year on Windows PC.
Set in the violent underbelly of Milan, Milanoir is a story of greed, betrayal and revenge that plays off classic films like Caliber 9 and Almost Human. Sneak, choke and shoot through the seedy criminal underworld and survive breathtaking vehicle chases to evade and eliminate those standing between you and the man who framed you. Milanoir’s pixel art aesthetic paints the unforgiving city of Milan in bright and bloody detail with a funky ‘70s-style soundtrack to cement the tone of the era.
Milanoir will be playable at E3 later this month at Gambitious’ press area inside the Devolver Indie Picnic area across from the Los Angeles Convention Center’s main entrance.
For more from Milanoir as it develops, visit www.MilanoirGame.com, and follow the title on Facebook and @MilanoirGame on Twitter.
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