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    The game BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre has officially launched on Steam. In this twin-stick shooter, you play as the demon prince Lou after humans invade hell and open up a fast food franchise. Obviously, Lou won’t stand for this, and his solution involves a lot of violence.

    Donning a white tank top and guzzling a lot of Milk, Lou takes up arms and pretty much just does what the title says. He opens fire on traitorous demons and the pesky humans, running into many faces that look somewhat… familiar.

    Twin-stick shooter comedic shooter BDSM

    No celebrities were harmed in the making of this game. That’s your job.

    The blood-bathed comedic shooter has players wading through hordes of foes as players take on the humans and mega-corporations, which the government assures us are also people. While on this quest, Lou will visit all corners of the underworld, leaving each one painted in a brand-new coat of red.

    BDSM is all about being fun and funny,” said Big Way CEO Konstantin Semenov. “Not only do you get to take back hell from greedy human corporations, but you get to hear Lou take down some of those sacred cows of old school shooters.”

    You’re not the boss of me, now

    This all leads up to a climactic showdown with Big Wac, a fast-food-shilling clown who orchestrated the invasion.

    Twin-stick shooter comedic shooter BDSM

    Perhaps they thought naming him “Donald McRonald” would make the satire too obvious.

    Of course, this fast food fiend isn’t the only enemy Lou will face. Before the game released, BDSM produced a trailer that shows off other bosses. These include the neckbeard-laden “Nerdomancer,” along with the “Black Overlord,” who takes the game’s abbreviation a bit too literally.

    Anyone interested in this comedic twin-stick shooter can buy BDSM: Big Drunk Satanic Massacre now on Steam. It’s normally priced at $19.99, but anyone who thinks that price is exactly $2.00 too expensive can pick it up for $17.99 through October 17.

    Phillip Moyer
    In his younger days, Phillip Moyer spent every waking hour playing Red Alert 2, Freespace, Freelancer, or Fallout 1 and 2 during his summer vacations. Now, in a desperate attempt to fashion some sort of career out of his obsession, he types stuff about games onto his keyboard and hopes that nobody realizes this is all just a ruse he cooked up to justify his crippling addiction.

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