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Punch Ninja Dragon Terrorists in the Nuts to Save the President

Posted on Thursday, May 1 @ 16:00:00 Eastern by


An Ex-Rockstar Games developer has unveiled a turn-based beat 'em up that will give players the opportunity to punch people in the nuts to save the president.

Teachery in Beatdown City combines brawling mechanics with turn-based tactical battles where you "pummel enemies and execute powerful combos, grapples, and defensive moves all at your fingerprints via the combat menu." I know I caught a nut-punch in the video above, but I guess that move didn't make the fact sheet.

Nuchallenger's Shawn Alexander previously worked on Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto V before breaking out on his own with this game for PC and Mac. We might get our hands on the game soon if you guys want to know what it's like to be a bad enough dude to rescue the president.
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