Rats on, rats off.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned from video games, it’s that heroes come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. From the straight laced Hylian hero Link to the wise cracking Umbra Witch Bayonetta, devs have given us some of the most memorable characters in any medium thanks to their unique design and endearing personalities. Now, Muse Games has introduced a new hero of a somewhat short stature, complete with big ears, a cute button nose and nerves of steel. He also happens to be a hamster.
Pimm is the star of Hamsterdam: Paws of Justice, a rhythm action game with no music but a boatload of rodent-based Kung fu action. Set in the fictional town of Hamsterdam, Pimm finds himself defending the town against a group of chinchilla delinquents known as the Vermin Gang, led by the sinister mob boss Marlo. The plot doesn’t really elaborate on this initial premise, which is a shame because the characters and setting are refreshingly unique, and could have formed the backdrop of an interesting and potentially hilarious story.
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