Why should we always have to play as the good hero? Surely the bad guys have more fun? Well, Nefarious will let you find that out!

Available today on Xbox One after releasing on Nintendo Switch on the 13th Sept and a PS4 launch having happened a few days earlier, Nefarious tells the tale of Crow, an evil genius who is hell bent on stealing princesses in order to power his all-conquering Doom Howitzer.

It is you who gets to step into these shoes and help Crow unleash chaos on five different kingdoms, stomping heroes into the ground, firing off all manner of weapons and ensuring that world superiority is claimed.

With some rather lovely 2D animated and illustrated backdrops holding the tale of Nefarious together, if you have got bored of always having to save the world and fancy a little change, then this is a game that should suit.

Our full review is in the works and will be with you soon, but for now if you wish to take a punt on Digerati’s latest release then the Xbox Store will sort you out for a download. You’ll have to pay for it obviously, but the £11.99 being asked is more than acceptable. Should you be quick, you may even find a little launch discount available too.

Game Description:

Tired of playing the hero? Nefarious is a 2D action platformer where you get to be the villain! Step into the wily shoes of Crow, an evil genius on an epic quest to steal princesses for his royalty-powered death ray – the world-conquering Doom Howitzer. Wreak havoc across five different kingdoms! Stomp on heroes in iconic battles recreated with you as the boss! Unleash your inner megalomaniac! Key Features You’re the villain! Kidnap princesses! Take over the world! Lovingly crafted 2D animation and illustrated backdrops Reverse boss battles let you fight against the hero Globe hop between five different kingdoms Unlock different ammo types for your grenade launcher Mix and match customization options for your explosive punches Uncover mysteries to unlock a secret ending! Story that spoofs the video game trope of princess kidnapping

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