High on Life
High on Life is a single player video game developed by Squanch Games. It is set in a science fiction universe and features dynamic and changing worlds and a variety of alien characters. The game is not available in virtual reality, and it is intended for mature audiences only.
The game is the latest project from Justin Roiland, co-creator of the popular animated series "Rick and Morty" and "Solar Opposites."
The game is set on Earth, which has been invaded by an alien cartel that wants to get high off of humanity. The player takes on the role of a hero who must team up with a group of talking guns to become the deadliest intergalactic bounty hunter in the cosmos. The player must navigate dynamic and changing worlds, go up against the game's primary antagonist, collect loot, meet unique characters, and complete challenges as they progress through the game.
- The ability to team up with talking guns to become a powerful intergalactic bounty hunter. - Dynamic and changing worlds to explore, ranging from a jungle paradise to a city built inside an asteroid. - The ability to leverage the unique skills of each gun to take on a variety of criminals and enemies. - The ability to complete hunter challenges, meet interesting and humorous characters, and collect alien technology.
I am absolutely loving High on Life! It's a hilarious and enjoyable first-person shooter that's perfect for fans of Justin Roiland's brand of humor. The writing and level of humor are just on another level. The gameplay is simple and smooth, with gunplay that's both amazing and addictive. The gun chatter and interactions with NPCs throughout the world have made me laugh out loud multiple times. The bright colors and little details make for a beautiful game, and I love all the wall art and posters scattered throughout the world. I'm already having a blast and can't wait to see where the game goes from here. If you're looking for a fun and mindless way to shoot your way through another galaxy, then this game is for you!
Platforms: Windows PCXbox One