Chainsaw Warrior is based on the classic 80's Games Workshop boardgame. Placing you in control of the titular Chainsaw Warrior, a cybernetic soldier, who must lay waste to a zombie-infested Manhattan to prevent the apocalypse.

And we got our cyber-fingers on an early play through over at Auroch Digital Studios today…

Chainsaw Warrior's In-Depth Character Creation

Very much a pastiche of 80's action-movies, this ultra-tough roguelike pits you and your formidable arsenal of weapons against ‘The Darkness’. As the last action hero you have one hour to battle your way through a tenement of terror to terminate ‘The Darkness’ and close the spatial rift forever.

Along the way you'll encounter all manner of traps and predators, eager to paint Chainsaw Warrior's innards across the walls. It's fast and it's unforgiving, but who said saving the world 80's style would be easy?

Chainsaw Warrior Minimum System Requirements

OS: Win XP SP3

CPU: Single Core 1.6GHz

GPU: Nvidia GT 6600 or HD 4290

HD: 300MB


Chainsaw Warrior Recommended System Requirements

OS: Win 7

CPU: Dual Core 2.0GHz. Intel E4400 or AMD Athlon X2 Dual Core 4200+

GPU: Nvidia GT 8600 or Radeon HD 3600


HD: 300MB

Those Chainsaw Warrior System Specs make it incredibly accessible to all PC owners, and that's cool. It's refreshing to see playable new releases, after those giant AC4 and Watch Dog system requirements announced earlier. It's even got a light weight download amount making it a good option for those paying for their monthly download bandwidth.

If you want to feel good about your PC being able to play a modern PC game then head over and check that your rig can run Chainsaw Warrior's System Requirements

Felix: This title brings a tear of nostalgic joy to my eye. With a release price of just £2.99 or $4.99 and full Steam integration, this is surely one to watch. Who else is looking forward to a hardcore sci-fi solo experience, with an affordable price tag? Its PC! Its Indie! Its zombie slashing Chainsaw Warrior! Sign Me Up!

Chainsaw Warrior is set to launch this Monday, 7th October, for £2.99 on Steam. Stay tuned for an official Game-Debate review, I'll be back.