It’s been a long time since the last Serious Sam spin-off game, but now one of the oldest has finally arrived on Steam ten years after its initial release. Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack! This endless runner was originally released on mobile devices in October 2011. It puts you in charge of one of the iconic Headless Kamikaze enemies and chases Serious Sam.
Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack! Kamikaze Attack! appeared on Android 10 years ago, as well as iOS 2012 and 2012.
Kamikaze Attack’s developer, Be-Rad Entertainment, clearly wasn’t satisfied to dump it on Steam. The game has been updated with some new features, including crisper graphics and improved particle effects.
Be-Rad also removed all microtransactions, which are still present in the mobile game. The team is continuing to roll out patches too, with the current version 1.24 arriving just today – boasting UI improvements, better support for ultrawide monitors, and being able to save your character’s personal head between missions, amongst other changes.
You asked for it, @BeRad_Ent delivered. Now, you can screAAAAAm at me like the headless freak you wish you were.https://t.co/GAbqFaUAev pic.twitter.com/fvwkRV6GnJ
— Serious Sam (@SeriousSamIAm) July 27, 2021
Although it isn’t the easiest game out there, it has a positive rating from Steam. 28 people have reviewed it so it may be worth it. The asking price, which was 34% discounted until August 3, makes it $1.57/PS1.37. This is not a bank-breaking deal. You can also go directly to the source by giving Serious Sam 4 another try. If you have already finished it, consider putting it through an online cyberpunk filter.
Publited Sat 31 July 2021 at 14:41.47 +0000