Horror-Fighting Title The Chainsaw Incident Announced

Monday, January 27th, 2014

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Crazy Piranha Entertainment and ORiGO GAMES have announced a new 2D horror-fighting title named The Chainsaw Incident. From what has been revealed about the game so far, it’s the result of what happens when you mix some unique horror elements with a fighting game formula.

Little has been revealed about the game’s story at this point, as it’s still in the early stages of development; but it’s clear from the game’s first trailer that it’s staying true to its name by outfitting each of the fighters with some form of chainsaw. You can watch the trailer for yourself below. While the character Leather Face goes the more straightforward and traditional route with his weapon, his equally creepy opponent Milda is armed with several chainsaw-fingers. It will be interesting to see how the other fighters utilize the game’s namesake weapon.

The Chainsaw Incident doesn’t yet have a release date, but the trailer promises that it will make its way to the fundraising platform Kickstarter soon, and it looks like its ultimate goal is a release on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. You can follow future developments at the game’s Twitter or Facebook pages.

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