The American Dream solves everything with guns – Releases next week

The American Dream solves everything with guns – Releases next week

As the gun debate continues to rage in the US, the timing of this satirical release seems rather appropriate. In this VR release, The American Dream, players tackle 1950s American life with guns, everything is about guns whether it’s flipping a burger or delivering a child. Guns, guns, and more guns.

The game takes place in a complex setup by American gun manufacturers to help guide citizens to become a true American patriot which can apparently only be achieved by solving every problem with guns. Players are guided through 20 levels by a talking dog called Buddy Washington with a wide array of weapons on-hand such as pistols, shotguns, SMGs and tactical sporting rifles to solve problems.

Such a reality would be an NRA member’s dream and much of the content has probably already been tried on NRATV as gun-toting entertainment.

The American Dream from Samurai Punk is set to release on 15 March.

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Comments: 4
  • Regulations

    Hi Paul. Love the site. What a great alternative to RPS and PC Gamer. Please keep up the good work! Also just wanted to note that the NRA is the largest firearm safety advocacy group in the United States. Though I have played this particular game I’m guessing the behavior depicted would not be endorsed by the NRA or featured on NRATV.

    • Paul Younger

      Watch some NRATV, you might be surprised what you find. It’s tragic 🙂 Glad you enjoy the site!

  • pmanhart

    The NRA wouldn’t endorse this horsecrap and you know it. Do you want to know why we can’t have an honest discussion on guns? One side acts like rational adults, and the other acts like screaming children. I’ll let any mature reader who actually has watched NRATV to decide who the adults are.

    Stop putting words in the mouth of those you disagree with and slandering them with lies.

  • Elly Davis

    I watched some clips of NRAtv the other day and christ on a bike, it’s a wonder their viewers (if it has any) aren’t running for their bunkers. What a bunch of loons.

    I was surprised to hear Amazon is mixed up in all that.