Watch the new Trailer for 'Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days'

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Tarantino's 1992 classic gets a top-down makeover, but it's not the first 'Reservoir Dogs' game

Tarantino's 1992 classic gets a top-down makeover, but it's not the first 'Reservoir Dogs' game

25 years after Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs made suits cool again, the cult thriller is getting a top-down shooter makeover from Spanish studio Big Star Games. 

Reservoir Dogs: Bloody Days is being made in collaboration with movie studio Lionsgate and will act as a preview to the movie plot. Starring several Mr characters in a range of colors the gameplay, which isn't shy with the old blood, will let you swap between characters during the carnage and use a rewind function to gain the advantage. The game will be out this year. 

Of course there's already been a video game version of Reservoir Dogs and it came out in 2006. It starred Michael Madsen as Mr. Blonde and stuck to the plot of the movie. It made headlines for its violence and was essentially banned in Australia and New Zealand, but sadly the game's score couldn't live up to the controversy and it was panned by critics.