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01/22/15 - Supreme League Of Patriots: Everyone Wants To Be A Hero

We check the Supreme League of Legends’ colorful cast.

01/20/15 - Supreme League Of Patriots: The Voice Of Reason

A look at the Purple Patriot’s sarcastic assistant, Mel

01/15/15 - Introducing The Patriots

We introduce the Supreme League Of Patriots’ characters, humor and themes.

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January 22, 2015 - Supreme League Of Patriots: Everyone Wants To Be A Hero

Supreme League of Patriots fuses classic point-and-click gameplay with the satirical, subversive humor expected from shows like Family Guy or South Park. Players can expect the humor to range from witty and subtle to crude slapstick with the Purple Patriot being the most common target.Each character brings a specific type of humor with them. The Purple Patriot engages in physical comedy and creates the setup through his inane and often hypocritical ramblings, which is then promptly shutdown by everyone else. Mel is the Patriot’s most common foil, often calling out on Kyle’s hypocritical world views and ensuring he doesn’t get his way.Kyle isn’t the only aspiring superhero, throughout the game we meet someone simply known as the Flamboyant Superhero. Decked out in leather and with an affinity towards other men, this hero’s main past time is teasing good ol’ “Purple Pants” of overcompensating. He not only gets our Patriot’s panties in a bunch (literally), but is also quite capable of handling anyone who opposes him… except for goth nurses.Speaking of which, that leads us to nurse Julie. Technically she’s neither a hero nor a villain, just your regular goth nurse. However, she currently holds the record of most attempts to murder Kyle throughout all episodes. Originally, nurse Julie wanted to “put Kyle out of his misery”, that is, she realized she could exploit the Patriot’s insurance for all its worth. Now, she suddenly wants to keep him alive at any cost.Our first proper supervillain is the Cold War Warrior, an ex KGB agent who was also a stunt double in Rocky IV. He became too bored with Russia’s “peaceful regime” and decided to try his luck as an American Citizen. Originally, this supervillain hoped to use his ice-based powers to wreak havoc, but he found work a city hall clerk instead. That may not sound too bad, that is, until the Patriot needs to renew his driver’s license in episode 2.Finally we have Stan, a retired superhero who now runs a superhero themed bar. Originally a superhero himself, this walking Stan Lee reference retired when he got a batarang to the knee. Now, his bar “True Believers” provides support for any heroes or villains that need it. In order to get said help though, you may need to prove you’re not with the police.You can meet more of Supreme League of Patriots’ characters on January 29th. Pre-order from the Phoenix Online Store for a 10% discount and a free Steam key when the game launches.Gonçalo GonçalvesSocial Media AssociatePhoenix Online StudiosPrevious Supreme League of Patriots Entries:Introducing The PatriotsThe Voice Of Reason

Supreme League of Patriots fuses classic point-and-click gameplay with the satirical, subversive humor expected from shows like Family Guy or South Park. Players can expect the humor to range from witty and subtle to crude slapstick with the Purple Patriot being the most common target. (more…)




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