May 25, 2017 Last Updated 1:51 PM, May 25, 2017

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Set to Release May 18

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The Dog days are approaching in one month – Reservoir Dogs days, that is!

After an awesome reveal at GDC and PAX East last month, Lionsgate and Big Star Games today are announcing a May 18 launch date for Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days.  We’re also releasing a cinematic trailer that explains the game’s Time Rewind system and confirms the launch date for Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days, the top-down strategy action with the time back twist.

- Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is set to debut on Steam and PC platforms on May 18.

- The all-new Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days Cinematic Time Rewind trailer

About Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days

Shoot, kill, steal and die in pure Reservoir Dogs style as you play this top-down strategy shooter.

Unique Time-Rewind Gameplay: Don’t try again, rewind. Control characters for overlapping bursts of time, in a single-player co-op mode and discover endless possibilities.

Take advantage of this highly addictive and strategic mechanic in tension-filled robberies and shootouts.

18 bloody heists: Adrenaline-filled heists with tons of blood and cops to shoot at as you dodge the law enforcement.

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