Ride to Hell: Retribution announced, start your day with violent biker warfare

Ride to Hell: Retribution

By on April 10, 2013 at 8:41 am

Deep Silver have overnight announced Ride to Hell: Retribution, a story of “lone biker, Jake Conway” out for revenge against some… other bikers. A gang called “The Devil’s Hand” in fact, who are responsible for some sort of unspecified bad thing they did to Jake. And now, Jake’s going to deliver… Retribution. If the press release and the official site are to be believed, that retribution will involve motorcycle chases, bar fights, strippers, explosions and probably even more motorcyle chases.

Bit of a violence/NSFW warning on the trailer below.

Ride to Hell: Retribution will hit the PC (and XBox 360/PS3) on June 27.

2 comments (Leave your own)

There was a Ride to Hell webpage years ago done in Easy Rider 60′s style, and it looked like the game had promise, but then it got taken down and I thought the project was long dead. Might be a bit of fun, one of the wallpapers at the official site is very ‘Road Rage’ ish. :)
*edit* ah here – http://www.vg247.com/2013/01/30/ride-to-hell-still-in-development-according-to-report-rumor/

 
Relaxed_Possum

I’m guessing this will be more Sons of Anarchy than Full throttle…

Trailer makes it look a bit over the top for my liking though

 
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