It was only a matter of time until the gaming community was expecting the downfall of Cliff “CliffyB” Bleszinski’s game development team, Bosskey Productions, to shut down inevitably after the failed launch of their hero-based arena First-Person Shooter, Lawbreakers, and their recently released Early Access-launched battle royale carbon copy, Radical Heights.
On May 14, 2018, CliffyB made an abrupt announcement on Twitter:
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On the eve of April 10, 2018, Cliff “CliffyB” Bleszinski, the founder of BossKey Productions, announced a release of a new game that no one asked but probably needed… at least in his mind; a game called Radical Heights. “Ooh, maybe CliffyB is back to his pioneering years,” the gaming community thought. But alas, as it turns out, he did something that never learned from 3 years ago with LawBreakers—riding on the current trend of video games. Yes, Radical Heights is a carbon copy of a carbon copy of another carbon copy of many carbon copies of the concurrently oversaturated Battle Royale genre. But hey, this isn’t just the run-of-the-mill type of battle royale game. It’s an XTREME battle royale game! At least that’s what Bleszinki had in mind. Continue reading “Radical Heights Isn’t Radical at All Anymore”
Another day, another Battle Royale game in a lineup of seemingly endless titles within the genre. The newest multiplayer survival game, Radical Heights by Bosskey Productions, may seem like the usual BR game just like what we’ve seen nowadays in a pool filled with developers thinking of a righteous way on how to dethrone the big names — Fortnite and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and get a high statistics of daily player activity for their multiplayer game with an oversaturated concept. Continue reading “Radical Heights Reaches Heights on Twitch”