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Release Date: April 8th, 2015 Movie Release Year: 2015

Blue Estate The Game

Overview -

'Blue Estate The Game' is an on-rails shooter that was first released on June 24th, 2014 for the PlayStation 4, and again in February for the Xbox One. Now it's time for the PC debut. The game is based on a comic book series published by EZD Productions.

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Rating Breakdown
Tech Specs & Release Details
Release Date:
April 8th, 2015

Video Review


'Blue Estate' isn’t beautiful, but doesn’t look bad most of the time. The camera moves so quickly that appreciating the visuals can be problematic, but most character models and environments have decent textures. There is a wide range of deep colors, but the effects aren’t particularly outstanding. The engine is capable and I never experienced any slowdowns or stutters.

Audio Review


The music is competent and fast-paced and keeps the energy level high throughout each level. It alternates between electronic and rock themes. Sound effects are more arcadey than realistic, and the gunshots in particular could be more resonant. The voice acting isn’t that good, which is a shame because everyone is talking so much.

Final Thoughts

As a video game, 'Blue Estate' is just above average. As a rail shooter, it’s quite decent, especially if you can forgive the grating dialogue and endless Chihuahua jokes. At only a few hours long it may not give you the most content for your money, but the replayability helps. Fans of on-rail shooters can feel good stepping right in. Eventually I suspect Steam will offer this low-priced affair for an even lower price, so I recommend keeping it in your wishlist.