You may remember developers SkyGoblin for their point-and-click adventure, The Journey Down, but now they’re back with a hyper-intense shooter, with strategic elements, that’s ideal for enjoying either alone or alongside pals. There’s one screen and there can be only one winner in Hellfront: Honeymoon!

If you’ve got a couple of friends to share your couch with, Hellfront: Honeymoon enables up to four players to take part in the levels present, whether in local co-op or death match. Those flying solo will still find a ton of missions to complete, featuring clever AI on hand to beat, and online leaderboards to show off your efforts to the world. It’s flashy, has a retro vibe that wouldn’t look out of place in the 80s and is accompanied by a rather intense soundtrack to help create a suitable atmosphere for the occasion.

This swift paced twin-stick shooter is ready to take you to hell and back, with it now being available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. For Xbox gamers wishing to purchase Hellfront: Honeymoon to share the experience with their nearest and dearest, the best course of action is to shuffle on over to the Xbox Store and pay the required price of £8.39 – those quick to purchase will get it cheaper as it’s discounted to £7.13 for the next six days.

Will you be picking up Hellfront Honeymoon on Xbox One? Let us know all your thoughts and comments in the section below or via the usual social media channels.

Game Description:

HELLFRONT: HONEYMOON is an intense twin-stick action strategy game, to be enjoyed with friends over a six-pack of fruit juice. One screen, one winner! Features: 1-4 Player Pick-Up’n-Play local matches Tight-as-hell PvPvPvP combat. Short, intense matches. It never drags! Play solo or co-op missions or go all out DEATHMATCH! Recipe for a nice evening: 1. Purchase snacks and fruit juice. 2. Put 1-4 humans in a couch. 3. Launch HellFront: Honeymoon. 4. Happy gaming!

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