Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days
Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days (stylized as reservoir dogs: BLOODY DAYS) is an isometric third-person shooter developed and published by Big Star Games under the license of Lionsgate, the owner of the rights to the movie of the same name by Quentin Tarantino. It was released on May 18, 2017, for PC and Xbox One.
Why It Sucks
This game shares the same problems as the original Reservoir Dogs game, along with new ones:
- Very repetitive gameplay.
- None of the characters resemble their movie counterparts, with Bloody Days being the worst offender as they look more like cartoon characters from Saturday morning action shows. The only character who resembles his movie counterpart is Mr. White/Larry.
- Bad controls.
- Short campaign.
- Lack of replayability.
- Bad graphics.
- Extremely poor grasp of the source material.
- None of the actors reprise their roles for both games, with Bloody Days being the worst offenders as it has practically no voice acting at all.
- Although the dialogues for both games are as vulgar as the movie's dialogue, they're very bad.
- Of all the Quentin Tarantino movies that could have been adapted into video games, they chose to adapt one that mostly takes place in one room and has little action.
New problems exclusive to this game
- All the one-liners used in the loading screen are ripped off from the movie.
- The game's Rewind mechanic looks out of place in the game.
- The game is literally 3D Hotline Miami with the Reservoir Dogs IP slapped onto it, making it a rip-off.
- The cartoonish graphics look out-of-place with the movie and game's violent nature.
- The Rewind mechanic is implemented well, despite it being out-of-place in the game.
- Good-looking cel-shaded 2D characters.
- This is the first and only game made by Big Star Games before being forced to shut down shortly thereafter.