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The American Dream Lights Up PC Next Week

Editor’s Note: this article was edited by OPNoobs staff for neutrality.

Look Down the Barrel of a Future

Where All Your Everyday American Needs Can Be So Obviously Solved With Guns.

STRAIGHT FROM THE DEVS: MELBOURNE – March 7th, 2018 – Developer Samurai Punk invites you to take a satirical trip through a 1950's world's fair that shows you how your everyday American life can be improved with guns as The American Dream VR hits PC, Oculus and PlayStation on March 14th for $19.99. From flipping burgers on the grill to changing your baby's diaper, you'll traverse through a vast complex constructed by a group of powerful and respected gun manufacturers aiming to prove to you the virtues of guns for the common man.

So bite the bullet and come on down

A game for True American Patriots™, The American Dream features over 20 stages – each featuring a key moment in the average American life. For every task you encounter in your life chock full of Freedom™, there is a gun that can help – from pistols to tactical sporting rifles, you'll get to try them all.

Featuring the voice talents of Michael Dobson (Dragon Ball Z, Sausage Party, Transformers) as Buddy Washington, The American Dream squares off at America's seemingly never-ending obsession with guns and takes players on an unrelenting journey into a world where the freedom to fire when ready may not be all it is cracked up to be…

For more information, game screenshots and trailers hit up samuraipunk.com.

Straight from the Devs
March 07, 2018
Published in Straight from the Devs

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