Ride to Hell: Retribution is now released, bikes expected to ride to hell

Ride to Hell: Retribution

By on June 28, 2013 at 4:41 pm

Deep Silver have announced the release of Ride to Hell: Retribution, which you can now find on Steam for $50.  The title follows one “Jake Conway”, who is apparently out for revenge and, in the finest traditions of revenge-seeking, needs to kill literally everyone he meets. He also rides a motorcycle.

We haven’t heard a lot about this game, which may be because a lot of the buzz around it is that it’s just not very good. In fact, it’s apparently so bad that the publisher is flat-out refusing to send review copies to the media. Recent early impressions gained from sticking my head into the Twittersphere have been highly negative, and indeed GameArena’s own Joab Gilroy described it as “the worst game I’ve played this year” and claiming that “the voice acting was done via phone call”.

There’s a launch trailer embedded below, but before you put down $50 for it you may also want to see what actual gameplay is like — courtesy of PC Gamer comes this Let’s Play video.

Source: Rock, Paper, Shotgun

2 comments (Leave your own)

$22.50 at GmG with GMG25-BAWQB-8UQWG

But yeah..looks like a budget title that is worth even less than that.

 

it would have to be one of the WORST games i have ever played… i want my money back

 
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