New 2D Max Payne Game, My Friend Pedro, Releases A New Ridiculous Trailer With A Banana Commanding Players To Kill

New 2D Max Payne Game, My Friend Pedro, Releases A New Ridiculous Trailer With A Banana Commanding Players To Kill

New 2D Max Payne Game, My Friend Pedro, Releases A New Ridiculous Trailer With A Banana Commanding Players To Kill

New 2D Max Payne Game, My Friend Pedro, Releases A New Ridiculous Trailer With A Banana Commanding Players To Kill

A new game will be released in June, and it’s entitled My Friend Pedro. The announcement of the game came with a ridiculous video trailer fans can watch while waiting for its release.

The game is quite simple. When the banana says kill, the player will have to kill everyone on sight.

In its past reviews, critics described the game as a 2D Max Payne game which just looks like bananas. Eventually, in 2018, two years after such reviews, fans and critics expressed their anticipation and boredom waiting for the game.

In reality, though the community is sick of waiting, they’re still willing to wait some more. This is because of the “naively good” preview built for the game. The long wait is finally over as Devolver revealed that the game will finally be released in June.

Though there’s no specific date in June stated, most fans can just let this slide. This endless patience and tolerance are results of the recently released gameplay trailer.

To those who have watched this trailer, the best term to describe it is “unquestionably bonkers.” The game is fully automatic and two-fisted.

There’s also a gigantic, highly-responsive banana prowling in the game background. The banana may look friendly, but his appearance is definitely deceiving. This banana will be smiling approvingly once the player starts killing anyone appearing before him.

Though these men look like they’re evil, it’s still creepy how the banana finds delight seeing the massacre. Yes, these guys have guns and hang out in a shady part of town, but this doesn’t justify the act.

Take note, and the player murders them just because the banana told him to do so.

It’s funny even to think that the banana said “please” or “kindly” when he told the players to kill everyone.

Many fans find My Friend Pedro “foolishly fun” in so many levels. And guess what, it’s even not as tough as other high-velocity mass murder videogames.

Fans are even joking that if the banana wants to put the bozos on the ground, then consider it done. That’s how powerful one mascot-like banana can get.

Devolver Digital, the developer, has a great track record when it comes to introducing quality games into the Switch eShop. From the looks of it, Deadtoast Entertainment ‘s My Friend Pedro is not an exception.

With a clear release schedule, fans can only pray that there’ll be no further delays to this much-anticipated game.