How did Broforce get this far without a Highlander character? Ah well, never mind, it’s got one now. And a guy from Mortal Kombat, too.
One of the weird things about Steam’s Early Access is that you play a game, stop playing, move on and forget it ever existed. Then when it actually comes out, you’re like “uh, it’s already out, I played it months/years ago”, and then get a little confused. So it is with BroForce.
It’s almost the Fourth of July, so why not?
Let's be honest: Broforce was basically already an unofficial Expendables video game, so it's not a huge shock to hear that they're making it official. It is, however, a reason for there to be more (free!) Broforce, which is always a good thing.
Luke and I are united in our love of Broforce, the action game that lets you play as a revolving cast of basically every bro (and lady-bro) who has ever kicked ass in an action movie.
At first glance, Broforce looks like just another Metal Slug tribute. And in some ways, it is. Those looking for a fast side-scrolling game where you do nothing but shoot things will be well catered for. But that's not what I'm enjoying most about Broforce.
Broforce. It's been so long since we last spoke, but in that time, you've been stocking up on explosions, increasing the volume and lifting. Bro.
Rather impressively, it only took six days for the community to put Deadly Premonition on Steam. That's pretty quick. Of course, SWERY's quirky horror game isn't the only title we'll get to play on Steam thanks to Greenlight. There's 13 more games (and two software titles) to look at, so let's dive right in!
I look at this trailer for Broforce, and I see Terraria. Being blown to pieces.