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With the arrival of Blue Estate on PlayStation 4 this week, HeSaw has released a new trailer highlighting the dark humor and over-the-top violence of the rail shooter, as well as DualShock 4′s gyroscopic features.
Inspired by the 12-issue Image Comics series created by Viktor Kalvachev (now creative director of HeSaw), Blue Estate allows players to step into the shoes of Tony Luciano, the homicidal son of a Los Angeles mob boss, and Clarence, a broke former Navy SEAL who’s been hired to clean up his mess. As Tony wages a war with the Sik gang in an effort to get back his kidnapped “Helen of Troy,” Clarence struggles to end the fight.
The “darkly funny” video game based on the crime comedy Blue Estate will also arrive for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Announced in September for PC, the rail shooter by French indie studio HeSaw and Focus Home Interactive is inspired by the 12-issue Image Comics series created by Viktor Kalvachev (now creative director of HeSaw), and featuring art by Kalvachev, Toby Cypress, Nathan Fox, Robert Valley and others.
The crime comedy Blue Estate is moving from comic books to video games with a “darkly funny” PC rail shooter developed by fledgling French indie studio HeSaw for Leap Motion. A teaser trailer for Blue Estate: The Game debuted this morning online.
Created by Viktor Kalvachev (now creative director of HeSaw), and featuring art by Kalvachev, Toby Cypress, Nathan Fox, Robert Valley and others, the 12-issue Blue Estate was published from 2011 to 2012 by Image Comics.
Players will step into the shoes of Tony Luciana, the bumbling, arrogant mob boss from the comics, “as they’re dragged greasy hair-first into a tangled web of mobster chaos and high-velocity violence. What Tony lacks in smarts he more than makes up for in gun-toting belligerence. The only thing that can keep up with his trigger finger is his penchant for sarcastic one-liners.”
“The Blue Estate comic series is a real labor of love for me, and it’s very cool to see some of the characters come to life off the page in such an amazing interactive way with Leap Motion,” Kalvachev said in a statement. “Tony Luciano is a good choice of character for the lead role with his sharp tongue and itchy trigger finger. It really is a lot of fun to play and I hope people are going to love it.”