Limited Edition contains:
The full “Smooth Operator Pack” downloadable content at no extra cost
Killer is Dead is set in a not-so-distant future similar to the world we know now. The player takes control of an executioner named Mondo Zappa who wields a Japanese sword in his right hand and brandishes interchangeable weapons in his left artificial arm. Zappa is a man with a talent for dishing out pain. Working out of the Executioner Office, Mondo will take on jobs from a client list that ranges from the normal to the terrifyingly superhuman abnormal, taking down targets that are even more outrageous. Mondo is equal parts killer, lover, and gigolo - but what makes such a multifaceted man tick?
Find out in Killer is Dead!
- Never alone: your office mates provide backup with stupendous powers
- Thrilling, demanding combat using Mondo's katana and his arm gun
- Unique visual style
- Devastating combo system
- Completely unique visuals and outstanding stylish action come together to deliver an unprecedented gaming experience.
Bryan's Executioner Office Members
The Office members are about to embark on another high-risk job. Before they do, lets meet them...
Cigar chomping founder of Bryan’s Executioner Office and a skilled executioner who has seen his share of battle. Though retired, Bryan hops on to a job if it appeals to him. Bryan is a man who follows his whims, much to Vivienne’s chagrin. Whenever Vivienne starts complaining, Bryan will cut her off with some laughter. For Mondo, Bryan is a very supportive and dependable man, and an overall swell guy.
Vivienne is the esteemed office manager (don’t call her a receptionist) and is Mondo’s ride, taking him straight to where the kills happen. She is the brain of the office and gives advice and valuable information to Mondo over the radio. Whenever Mondo is in trouble, Vivienne swings by on her motorcycle to help him out, unleashing a devastating 16 pistol barrage known as the "Vivienne Phantom.“ Rumour has it that Vivienne puts extra effort into making her artificial arms look as human as possible, as she is seeking true beauty (which works if you’re into that sort of thing).
Mika failed the recruitment exam of Brian’s Executioner Office. Mondo hired Mika as his own assistant with sympathy. Her eccentric words and "fan girl-ish"” behavior often lighten the mood during otherwise intense assignments. She is the only “genuine” human being in the office members and mainly works as rescuer. Mika lives with Mondo in a boat-house but no one knows just how exactly she gets there.