Press X To Not Die is available now on Steam. The game is a B-movie parody whose story responds to the decisions the player makes. For this v1.0 release, All-Seeing Eye Games have included additional scenes as well as including an early game prototype as DLC.
All Seeing Eye Games have released their v1.0 improved version of live-action adventure Press X To Not Die via Steam today. Yaay! Players will be able to experience a survival game not similar to anything already out there: a B-movie parody whose story responds to the decisions they make throughout the game.
Press X To Not Die has developed a cult following during its time in Steam Early Access. The game has a 92 percent user score, over a thousand positive reviews, and more than 20 million views on YouTube. For this v1.0 release, All-Seeing Eye Games have included additional scenes as well as an early game prototype as DLC.
All Seeing Eye Games
All Seeing Eye lead programmer Darren Joe said: "We've had a great run in Early Access and are delighted that so many people have been amused by our ridiculous little creation. We've been hard at work fixing issues, adding content, and generally improving Press X To Not Die, and we can't wait to unleash it into the wild."
Press X To Not Die is available today via Steam for £1.99.
The press release had this to say in its "about the game" section: "A parody of preposterous zombie flicks, ridiculous quick-time events, and of course the wonderful interactive movies of old, Press X To Not Die sees you wake up to find your town in chaos. Once-placid residents have become crazed and aggressive. Could a cryptic message be the key to your escape? Survive the streets, find your girlfriend, figure out what's going on, and get the hell out of town before it's too late."
Key features include:
- New and improved V1.0 Version plus a DLC pack containing an early game prototype
- You get to press buttons like your life depends on it. Spoiler alert: it does.
All Seeing Eye Games
- Over 35 minutes of HD footage.
- 29 unique ways to die.
- A branching storyline that reflects your choices. Also secrets.
- A "1994 Mode" that re-renders the game as it would have looked during the golden age of interactive movies.
- You get to fight a clown. Yaay?