Randal’s Monday steals your wallet on PlayStation 4
Nexus Game Studios is proud to announce that Randal’s Monday will be available today in the American PlayStation store, and on February 17th in the United Kingdom and other European countries. Following a successful launch on Steam, the geek culture-packed title is now available for PlayStation 4 via PlayStation Network. Priced €13.99/$13.99, this new release for Randal’s Monday brings all the sweet goodness of the original adventure to PlayStation 4 uses, plus new trophies for hard-boiled adventurers.
Randal’s Monday is a crazy odyssey through the space-time continuum. A classical graphic adventure, you will use your cleverness and ingenuity to help Randal get out of his own Groundhog Day. Dive into a world full of puzzles and sinister characters that stand between you and your redemption, in an adventure full of pop culture references and geeky love. As the original version for PC, Randal’s Monday will be available with voice acting and subtitles in English, German and Spanish (with additional subtitles-only in French, Italian and Russian).
Randal is the best main character one can ever imagine: he’s kleptomaniac, a sociopath and an awful friend above all. After his friend Matt’s engagement party, waking up on a Monday morning with a massive hung over, Randal finds Matt’s wallet in his pocket. Inside the wallet, there’s that really expensive engagement ring.
It doesn’t take Randal much and long to sell the ring – triggering a fatal curse: Matt commits suicide, and Randal is now supposed to live through the same fateful Monday again and again, doing whatever is needed in order to fix the horrible situation. Randal must recover the ring and his life, before the situation worsens… or the universe collapses.
Randal’s Monday features cynical humor, geek culture references and classic point & click adventure gameplay at its best: The game pays tribute to a generation of gamers, readers and viewers of subculture media products. Players will find countless items and references to things they grew up with. Retro video gaming consoles, anyone? Your favorite movies and TV series from the 80s, 90s and 2000s? It’s all in there! Take your time and pixel-hunt each screen for everything that’s in there – whereas the adventure gameplay takes care to use all of today’s comfort features, of course.
- 7 great chapters – gameplay time will depend on how many time you spend in front of the TV in your childhood.
- More than 40 different environments carefully hand crafted.
- More than 50 characters including repulsive mothers, retired priests and talking skulls.
- Jillions of references and homages to geek culture.