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Slayers X: Terminal Aftermath: Vengance of the Slayer

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A comedic deliberately-retro first-person shooter and spin-off of Hypnospace Outlaw. As the final X Slayer known as Zane, use the secrets of the Hackblood to fight the Psyko Sindikate!

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Slayers X: Terminal Aftermath: Vengance of the Slayer

First release date N/A
Platform PC
Developer Big Z Studios Inc.
Publisher No More Robots
Genre First-Person Shooter
Theme Fantasy , Sci-Fi , Comedy
Franchises Hypnospace
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Slayers X: Terminal Aftermath: Vengance of the Slayer is an indie comedic contemporary-fantasy deliberately-retro first-person shooter in development by Big Z Studios, with a planned release by No More Robots for the PC.

A spin-off of Tendershoot's fake-OS adventure game Hypnospace Outlaw, Slayers X is presented as a game developed in-universe by edgy teenager Zane Lofton back in 1998, only to be discovered and finished by him in the modern day. Although built in the modern Unity engine, the game reconstructs the feel and aesthetic of the retro Build Engine while including intentionally low-quality pre-rendered 3D graphics for sprites.

In the game, which is based on Zane's in-universe "Slayers X" series of hand-drawn comics (under "Big Z Studios Comics"), players control Zane himself as the last of the "X Slayers" as he fights the forces of the "Psyko Sindikate", who are using the X Slayers' secret power of the "Hackblood" to enslave humanity.

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