Hack’n’slash your way through the blood of fallen enemies as the Gothic styled platformer, Slain: Back from Hell, arrives on Xbox One today.

Developed by Andrew Gilmour & 22nd Century Toys, Slain: Back from Hell will have you taking down deadly overlords in this hack’n’slash platformer with a strategic edge. As the protagonist Bathoryn, a grizzled warrior, the aim is to liberate a dark and archaic kingdom using brutal combat, lethal mana attacks and cunning skill. Whilst spilling the blood of the many, you can soak up the brooding heavy metal soundtrack accompanying the ferocious gameplay.

Should you wish to headbang your way over to the Xbox Games Store, Slain: Back from Hell can be bought right now for £11.99! Not sure about it? Then hold tight for our review going live in the near future to help make up your mind.

Game Description:

Slain: Back from Hell – You control the fate of Bathoryn, a doomed hero in a Gothic world, who seeks to liberate six cursed realms from six deadly overlords. He must battle his way through this blighted land, packed with gruesome and lethal creatures before ascending (or sometimes descending) into a stronghold, all the while defeating fiendish traps and vile monsters alike. Accompanied by the heavy metal visuals is an even heavier metal soundtrack recorded by Curt Victor Bryant (formally of Celtic Frost). Features: Challenging ‘elemental’- based melee and magical combat 6 hours of bone-crushing, metal-fuelled mayhem & grisly gore Choose from 3 unique weapons in your fight against the demon hordes. Full soundtrack recorded by Curt Victor Bryant formally of Celtic Frost. \m/ Cunningly concealed secrets (shhh). Boss fights, mini-boss fights, sub-mini- boss fights & macro-sub- mini-boss fights. No laborious levelling, no tedious grinding, no wimpy crafting!

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