First created by Man-Eater Games, thanks to the power of the porting kings of Ratalaika Games we see Blind Men release on Xbox One, PS4, PS Vita and Nintendo Switch. And not only does it come with a cheap price tag, but also a tale that covers retired super villains, spies and the opportunity for one young lad to join the League of Evil.
Blind Men is the latest title to rock up onto Xbox One, PS4 and PS Vita – with a Nintendo Switch launch occurring on the 17th April – thanks to the team at Ratalaika Games. With them fast making a name for themselves as the king of modern day console ports, and having previously deliver the likes of Milo’s Quest and One Night Stand to a range of new players, it’s now time for Blind Men to gather up a piece of the pie.
Priced at just £4.99, Blind Men focuses all efforts on the nephew of a retired super villain, wanting nothing more than to make a name for himself. Joining the League of Evil seems to be the only way of him being able to gain this notoriety and so it’s a shame that a couple of spies from a rival agency stop his application in its tracks.
From there it is up to you to pick up the baton and steer the story towards the intended conclusion, with the decisions you make, and the choices you settle on, seeing this young would-be villains career unfold.
How you play through Blind Men is entirely up to you and the options are there to either run it as a straight up spy adventure, or a parody offering, with multiple endings to enjoy. With a couple of interesting characters, and an original soundtrack pushing things along, if you’re in the market for a new storyteller, Blind Men could well be it.
The low price ensures that this is one you could quite possibly take a punt on, but for those wishing to know more our full review should settle matters. Keep an eye out for it in the coming days. If you are immediately sold though, get yourself over to your favoured digital store and take home a download. As always, we’d not be doing our job correctly if we didn’t point you towards the Xbox Store.
As the nephew of a retired super villain, there’s nothing Keegan wants more than to become one himself — and what better way than to join the League of Evil? All he needs to do is commit a crime to complete his application. Unfortunately, Keegan soon finds himself in more trouble than he could have ever imagined when his plans are interrupted by a couple of spies from opposing agencies. Pick choices that drastically change the story. Will Keegan’s plans be thwarted or allow him to be successful?