Every Chucky Video Game in Order of Release
Since 1988, Chucky He is asking us if we want to play.
So what are we waiting for? Sure, it took a while for societal norms to get out of their own way. Concern over violence in video games would certainly have taken off Children’s Play adapting a tough nut to crack in the ’90s, but it’s a resilient franchise with tons of brand recognition. Sure there have been linked games in the years since – great games. Games worth celebrating.
And so we take a look at every Chucky video game ever made, in order of release. Two of them. Two and a half hours, if we’re being generous.
Chucky: Do you want to play? (2012, rhetorically)
Ten years and some changes ago, the horror landscape looked very different. So did the Children’s Play franchise. In 2011, there was the most recent entry in the series Seed of Chucky, a big swing with mixed results that got 75% too cute 100% of the time.
Maybe that’s why the powers that be decided it was best to branch out in new directions, licensing Chucky out to video game developers at TikGames, a small company with big dreams and a glass-half-full attitude entirely about the will of the community. crowdfund stuff. The result was very close Chucky: Do you want to play? Doll killer simulator without equal. TikGames asked fans to give them just shy of $1 million to help them finish the development. Fans politely refused.
The stinker is the whole situation Chucky: Do you want to play? looks like it would be a fun time. Test footage the first level of the game takes the audience to Andy Barclay’s old apartment in Chicago, through Xenomorph sequences the boy is growing from Aliens vs predator 2. Revolutionary? Maybe not, but it would be great to see what the team could have done, given the proper funding. After all, this was the company that did Texas Hold ‘Em for Xbox Live. It was clear that they had stories to tell.
Chucky: Slash & Dash (2013)
Fortunately, fans of the franchise didn’t have long to wait before the Lakeshore Strangler got his first proper video game appearance. From the early to mid 2010s, however, there was a start that, with the benefit of hindsight, will make the contemporary players sigh a lot and see them in the medium distance for a while.
Chucky: Slash & Dash It’s a mobile game that asks the question “What if we started over Run the Temple again?” This time, Chucky (or Tiffany) was the runner, and the temple Chucky (or Tiffany) was in was an infinite Good Guy doll factory. Chucky – or Tiffany – could cut security guards out as they run forever. Collectable currency could be used to buy power ups. You get it. No one liked Slash & Dash. It was delisted from the App Store in 2014 and, unlike Chucky, has never been resurrected.
Dead By Daylight: Chucky (2023)
First released in 2016, Dead by Daylight It is an asymmetrical multiplayer game where players take on the role of either four (4) survivors, or one (1) murderous monsters. The monster of murder tries to hunt the survivors hoping that the name “survivors” will seem ironic and sad.
The game itself is fascinating, but the DLC is what really brings the experience together. More than a dozen character packs and skins have dropped in the years since DBDand first, allowing gamers to step into the shoes of horror icons like Pinhead, Ghostface, and Nicolas Cage. As more and more well-known IPs were added to the universe, horror fans asked the question that well-meaning adults on the edge of Andy Barclay have been trying for years, just before breaking their necks out: “Where Chucky?”
The answer came in 2023, when it was announced that a Chucky-themed DLC had been added to the game. The additional content will allow players to enjoy a few rounds as Chucky or – and this is important – Tiffany, voiced, as usual, by Brad Dourif and Jennifer Tilly, respectively.
Anticipation for the expansion pack is high. Some are looking forward to finally having a worthwhile interactive Chucky experience, while others worry that the OP, Oddjob-in-Golden Eye the size differential of the newest villain will make the game unplayable. Internet commentators seem convinced that it will either be the best addition to the game in its long and exciting history, or it will fail so catastrophically that the world will end. Internet commentators are like that.
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