Metal Tales: Overkill seeks to combine metal music with adrenaline-filled gameplay for a 3D rogue-lite adventure, available right now.

 

Features

  • 50+ items – Charge up with new guitars, strings, pedals, amps, books, and summons.
  • 15 different enemies –  to beat to the beat.
  • 8 Guitar Bosses – Go toe to toe in the ultimate Rock showdown!
  • 4 playable characters –  Are you more Metallica, Iron Maiden or Black Sabbath? Choose the character you identify with the most and Rock on!
  • 3 intense environments: Exploring 3 different environments – the Metal Den, Metal Festival and the ultimate performance stage . . .  Hell itself!
  • 6 levels – Blast through 6 different levels with unstoppable Rock guitar energy.
  • Procedurally generated levels – Experience randomly generated levels to play through. No play session will ever be the same.
  • Local CO-OP – Jump in and jam it out with a friend.
  • Mission system – Unlock new abilities and upgrade stats between runs.
  • Original soundtrack and international Metal bands’ songs – Rock out to an awesome soundtrack. You’re sure to find a new hidden metal gem!

2 special boxed versions are coming for Nintendo Switch. These are limited editions and will include a full-color printed manual, a themed guitar pick, and an awesome sticker sheet all in the box.

The collector’s edition will include packs in the sticker sheet, guitar pick, and color manual as well as a stunning 56-page artbook filled with some of the awesome artwork from the game and a magnetic bottle opener all delivered inside a specially created Collector’s Edition box.

Metal Tales: Overkill is now available digitally for PC via Steam, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, and PlayStation 4 & 5. The Nintendo Switch boxed editions are available from limited retail sites in Europe. For more information visit the official website here.

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Adam S
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Adam is a Senior Staff Writer for GAW with over 15 years of experience in writing and is completely obsessed with video games. He holds a BA from Brooklyn College and lives in NY.