Adrenaline-filled heists with tons of blood.
Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is a a top-down shooter made by Big Games and published by Big Star Games. Come and put down your tips, then join Mr. White, Mr. Blonde, Mr. Pink, and the rest of the gang in this spectacular festival of precise mayhem. Mr. Blue is experienced in shootouts. He regenerates health quicker than any other Dog. The end justify the means. If a civilian dies by accident (or not) because of Mr. Orange’s actions, the current combo count will not be cancelled. Mr. Blonde’s sadism gives the team more time to link combos and improve the missions’ score. Mr. Brown ignores weight penalties while carrying big guns and money bags. Mr. Pink smells money. His skill allows him to find 15% more money after every heist. Mr. White knows how to control the crowd. Civilians will cooperate and stay put during the action. Don’t try again, rewind. Control characters for overlapping bursts of time, in a single-player co-op mode and discover endless possibilities.
Release Date: 18 May, 2017
Developer: Big Games
Publisher: Big Star Games
Genre: Action, Indie, Strategy
Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days
OS: Win 7
OS: Win 7 64
- 18 bloody heists. Adrenaline-filled heists with tons of blood and cops to shoot at as you dodge the law enforcement.
- Six Infamous Movie Gangsters. Play as Mr. Blonde, Mr. Blue, Mr. Brown, Mr. Orange, Mr. Pink and Mr. White.
- Based on the Iconic Film. Discover an innovative time-rewind mechanic with the coolest gang of criminals known to L.A.
Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Trailer
Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Review
Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days, a top-down shooter featuring the slickest gangsters this side of the celluloid. The film, for those who don’t know or remember, shows us the aftermath of a botched robbery. All you and your smartly-dressed partners wanted was to fill your little green bags with easy cash. But no heist ever goes as planned, unless you can rewind time, coordinate your moves, and take advantage of every single trick up your blood-stained sleeve. As engaging as it is interesting, this mechanic is a fresh take on the top-down action-shooter. “Time Back” allows you to control multiple members of the heist team in a hybrid real-time, turn-based manner. Given that it's based on a classic 25-year-old movie, Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is both unexpected and inventive. For a game that could have easily tried to coast on its name alone, that's a pleasant surprise.