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Head back to the 1970s with the wonderful Serial Cleaner now on Xbox One

Head back to the 1970s with the wonderful Serial Cleaner now on Xbox One

by Neil Watton (neil363)July 14, 2017

Fancy working for the mob? Sounds good doesn’t it. Well, that’s exactly what you’ll be doing in Serial Cleaner.

Available to download right now on Xbox One, Serial Cleaner comes with an £11.99 price tag attached, which is just enough cash for you to be whisked back to the 1970s as you attempt to clean up as many crime scenes as you can. Because if you don’t, then not only will you feel the heat from the long arm of the law, but those mob bosses won’t be best pleased either.

Coming complete with a lovely art style, this 2D action stealth title will no doubt appeal to all those who are just looking for a bit of 1970s hardcore cleaning action. Is that person you? Of course it is.

If you want to know more, then you could do worse than check out our full review of the game. Once you have, then we reckon you’ll probably be pretty interested in hitting the Xbox Games Store and nabbing yourself a copy of Serial Cleaner. After all, Curve Digital rarely publish a game that isn’t worth checking out.

Don’t forget, if you wish to save a bit of cash on your digital purchase, head over to the awesome team at CDKeys and grab some of their super cheap Xbox Live credit.

Game Description:

Can you dig it? Step into the polished shoes of The Cleaner, a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. There’s no business like the cleaning business, and right now business is booming… Sneak around crime scenes avoiding detection from the guarding cops as you vacuum up blood, hide bodies and remove evidence in this 70’s styled, fast paced, 2D action/stealth game.

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About The Author
Neil Watton (neil363)
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One. A massive racing fan, Forza 4 was the daddy of all Xbox titles but Forza Horizon 3 now trumps that. Online first person shooters are my hell....probably because my reactions are so poor, but give me a little Indie title and I'll be in heaven. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.