Serial Cleaner, the game that gets you to mop up after Mafia hits, is coming to PlayStation 4 this summer.
Set in the 1970s, you are a professional Mafia maid. It is your responsibility to get rid of the bodies, blood, weapons and cigar butts, and make sure the Old Bill don’t come running. If they do catch you in the act, they’ll drag you in for questioning and ruin your credibility with ‘The Family’; that’s assuming you have any left after turning up looking like Rosie from the Jetsons with your Henry Hoover in tow. We merely jest.
The game is based on the lose fast / reload fast style of playing where you are forced to retry a level multiple times to learn how your enemies act. But it differs by randomising the level each time you restart to ensure it’s not simply a case of memorising the level. The bird’s eye point of view let’s you judge your next move whilst seeing the whole area, and to keep it fresh new enemy will be introduced as you progress.
Music has started to take centre stage in games, and Serial Cleaner will be no different. Bringing you the best of the ’70s, expect to hear a lot of funk, mixed with disco, hard rock and smooth tunes.
When we have to get our hands dirty and hide the bodies, we like listening to ‘Stayin’ Alive’ by the Bee Gees. What’s your “killer” tune? Holler below.
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