Tarantino-Inspired Hand-Drawn Metroidvania Gets a Release Date

Rogue Games unveiled the release date for Cookie Cutter, a 2D metroidvania coming to PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S.

Developer Subcult Joint and publisher Rogue Games have shared a new trailer announcing the release date for Cookie Cutter, an action-packed 2D Metroidvania with a hand-drawn visual style inspired by Japanese manga and Quentin Tarantino films.

In Cookie Cutter, you play as Cherry, a love and rage-fueled android, on a quest to save her creator from the dystopian Megastructure and the relentless forces of INFONET. Offering violent, high-octane gameplay, the game invites you to explore a uniquely illustrated sci-fi world, transforming everything and everyone who stands in your path into mincemeat with an assortment of weaponry, including a guitar, a motorcycle, and a chainsaw.

"Every frame of this immersive experience is drawn by hand with copious amounts of love. That means epic, fall-out-of-your-chair visuals. Grotesque bugs and menacing robots. Gargantuan bosses. Ridiculous weapons, special moves, and brutal gory finishers. All of it brought to life with benchmark 2D animation," commented the developer. "Whether you're ripping the wings off overgrown mosquitos, impaling mini-bosses, crushing robots on Cherry's motorcycle, or kick-punch-uppercut-stomping waves of foes with complex combos, you won't find a better fighting experience with responsiveness and all the flair you could ask for in a Metroidvania."

According to the new trailer, the game is coming on December 14, 2023, for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X/S. You can learn more and wishlist Cookie Cutter by clicking this link.

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