Hack ‘n’ Slash Early Access trailer mocks children, the government

Hack 'n' Slash

By on April 14, 2014 at 9:15 am

Double Fine Productions have released a new trailer for Hack ‘n’ Slash, heralding its imminent release on Early Access. As you will remember, Hack ‘n’ Slash is an Action RPG which sprung forth from Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight, about a young elf playing an Action RPG and hacking – both the sword kind and the code kind – her way to victory. Following a significant amount of begging from fans, Double Fine announced back in December that Hack ‘n’ Slash would be developed into a full game – which brings us to now and its imminent, though not officially dated, release.

Lack of an exact date notwithstanding, Double Fine did explain that the game would be available in a matter of weeks, and you can now watch the Early Access Launch trailer for Hack ‘n’ Slash embedded below. An homage to that incredibly awful American Legend of Zelda ad from the eighties where two poor little kids condemn themselves to mockery for the rest of what I assume are very short lives, Double Fine’s Hack ‘n’ Slash trailer also features terrible white people rap, but ups the ante by including three dorks instead of just two and making two of those dorks Federal agents of some description. Check it out embedded below.

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This is actually perfect <3

 
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