Blue Estate

Blue Estate

2014

System
PlayStation 4
Publisher
HeSaw
Developer
HeSaw

N/A

Game Rating

User Ratings: 0

Our Review: 3/10

Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Arcade
Release Date

PlayStation Network

  • 24th Jun 2014, $19.99 (USA)
  • 25th Jun 2014, £15.99 (UK/EU)
Tags
Rail Shooter, Comic Book
Official Site
blueestatethegame.com

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Reviews

  • 15

    PS4

    Review Blue Estate

    Off the rails

    The rail shooter has been a staple of arcades for decades, giving gamers the chance to wield plastic firearms to gun down wave after wave of enemies. Their popularity made it natural that they’d make the jump into the home, and while there have been a few successes on consoles, most gamers came to the conclusion a while ago that this...

About The Game

Blue Estate is a darkly funny on-rails shooter with a crazy story about surreal characters, told by a clueless Private Detective, who’s being investigated by the Federal Bureau of Procrastination. It’s funny, ridiculous and unpredictable, bringing back the joy of arcade light gun shooters to the next gen consoles. It’s not to be taken seriously, but consumed as a shot of entertainment with a killing spree twist.

The story is about the fall of Tony Luciano - the one and only son of L.A. mob boss Don Luciano, and the rise of Clarence - a dishonorably discharged Navy SEAL looking for a fresh start. Tony starts a war with the Sik Brother gang after Cherry Popz has been kidnapped. The war runs out of control when Eastern European mobsters steal a 1 million$ ransom that was to serve as exchange money for Blue Estate, Tony’s father favorite racing horse. Clarence is called on the field to close the case.

The game is a prequel of Blue Estate Season 1.