Indie skate sequel OlliOlli2 and surreal rabbit shooter Not a Hero will both launch on Xbox One this year, developer Roll7 has announced, via publisher Team17.
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Not a Hero, the newest game by OlliOlli maker Roll7, releases 2nd February on PlayStation 4. It costs £9.99/€12.99/$12.99.
Not a Hero is already available on PC - and has been since May last year - and for the same price.
But what about Vita? That's where lovely skateboarding game OlliOlli was born after all. Unfortunately that version has been canned. A blog post written by Roll7 in the style of Not a Hero's baddie Bunnylord suggested as much so I followed up with the developer and yes, confirmed, Vita Not a Hero is dropped.
Not a Hero is released on PlayStation 4 this week. Here's our review of the PC game, first published on 14th May 2015.
All of the action in Not a Hero is precipitated by Bunnylord, an anthropomorphised purple rabbit that wants to win elections by fighting crime. Well, by your fighting crime on his behalf anyway, with 'fighting crime' meaning 'kill every single criminal you see anywhere.' Bunnylord lives in a world of absolutes and, as his agent, so do you.
Not a Hero
Video games often aim to take you away from the real world, but sometimes developers include something that breaks the fantasy and reminds you that there is life outside the monitor. From the humorous to the incredibly touching, I take a look at a few examples of games that bring you back to reality.
Not a Hero, the 2D cover-shooter/political satire from OlliOlli developer Roll7, has been delayed an extra week until 14th May when it will launch on Steam, GOG and the Humble Store.
Not a Hero, the 2D cover-shooting shmup by OlliOlli developer roll7, now has a demo on Steam.
A few early thoughts from Martin and myself on Not A Hero, ahead of its launch on the 7th May (the very same date as the UK's general election, because of course it is).
Not a Hero, the next game from the talented team that brought us OlliOlli, will be released 7th May on PC via Steam, GOG and Humble.
PlayStation 4 and Vita releases will follow "later this year".
Not a Hero is a side-on pixel-art shooter our Martin Robinson lazily - by his own admission - described as "a 2D Vanquish with hipster bounce".
Earlier this week we detailed the story of Bryan Henderson, the 20-year-old man who won Peter Molyneux's iOS app, Curiosity, upon which he was promised to be the god of the studio's next game, Godus, and receive a portion of its revenue. Instead, all he got was a stupid T-shirt.
I've already written enough about New Cross developers Roll7 that they've threatened to take out a restraining order should I write any more, but hopefully they're all looking the other way this afternoon and won't realise I'm penning this little blog for a quick video starring them. It comes from last month's Rezzed, and features a new look at action shooter Not a Hero in action.
There are problems that crop up during a game's development, and then there are problems. Right now, Not a Hero - the next game from OlliOlli developer roll7 - has one of the best I've ever heard of.