Killer is Dead – More New Info: Characters and Gameplay

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Killer is Dead Screenshot - Mondo, Mika, Bryan, and Vivienne

With Killer is Dead ’s release date getting closer and closer, Gematsu released some new details regarding the game’s cast of characters and its gameplay. Aside from Mondo, his boss Bryan, and his assistant Mika, there are details on the mysterious 16-armed woman from the previous trailer. Named Vivienne Squall, she’s a fellow executioner who occasionally helps Mondo out with her 16 pistols. Meanwhile, the main enemies you’ll be fighting in the game seem to be called Wires, with one such enemy being called Ninja. Defeating Wires will net you some of their blood to power Mondo’s right arm.

Speaking of Mondo’s arm, it was revealed that it would have a Charge Gun mode in addition to being able to turn into a gun and a drill. After collecting enough blood from Wires and charging it up, you can fire a big blast to destroy a lot of enemies at once. But be careful, as doing so will leave you defenseless.

For a full list of character details from Killer is Dead, as well as a gallery of new screenshots, you can go here.

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