It is a tactical espionage action game where you play as a former demon commander who is thought to have passed away long ago. Your mission is to shut down the current hell system and take back control after you've been betrayed back in your day.
You play as a team of four and you have to work together to ensure that your best friends wedding goes according to plan, using each one of your teams special skills it is up to you to make sure that nothing is ruined such as making sure the flowers match the napkins and ensuring that the aunts do not drink to much.
I'm thinking of a FPS style play with certain things being interactable and several bars that show how on-schedule the wedding is and how much you are messing it up by rushing around the place (Causing a need to slow down to walking pace when you really need to talk to the bride and convice her to not call off the wedding)
Is it bad that I might actually want to play this game now?
It's a gritty urban crime story about a young man who struggles to leave the life behind him but is drawn back in when his kid brother gets mixed up with his old daimyo and is cut down by a warlord when a deal goes bad.
A game along the lines of the Trauma games. You play a grumpy dentist with a penchant for risky tooth extraction. Deal with plaque, an angry boss, tooth decay, gum disease, patients threatening to sue and sugar-free lollipops in this medical-simulation-crossed-with-ULTIMATE-ACTION extravaganza.
I imagine Dr. Dog is a badass Labrador in a medical coat. He goes through a 2D sidescrolling hospital curing zombie dog patients with a selection of medical supplies and dog toys. Along the way he must board up the exits to the hospital to contain the disease from getting to the outside world. Fight such timeless bosses as the Chief Of Medicine Dr. Fetch, Chief Of Surgery Dr. Bone, and Professor Woofingtons, PhD.
Dr. Dog returns to Sacred Bark hospital, but things are not as they seem...
Now, it is up to him to stop a fatal infection from spreading outside the hospital!
No, seriously, my imagination has run dry on this one.
Edit: Well, I suppose you could be a badass guy named Fisher Price who is exploring when he finds a town rife with avarice, lust, farmers, and red-light districts called Hoedown (because pun, y'see!). It could be an RPG.
No one can stop the Square Dancing of the Third Reich
It's a Dance Dance Revolution type game, Where you have to use authentic 1940's dance moves to dance your way up the beaches of Normandy, through France, across Arnhem, into Berlin and right to the Fuhrerbunker, where you must square off against Hitler himself for the fate of Europe.