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New animated trailer shows of Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch’s beat-’em-up stylings

Insert familiar reference here.

Interabang Entertainment and The Angry Metal Company have given a new look into their upcoming beat-’em-up, Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch. Alongside it is a 2024 launch window, and apparently, Digital Eclipse (and Atari) are helping with the project as publishers.

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I’m going to be upfront with you: I know next to nothing about Jay and Silent Bob. I’ve watched the 1999 film Dogma, which featured the characters, as well as 2001’s Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and I mostly enjoyed them, but stoner humor just isn’t in my wheelhouse. I’ve abstained from drugs and alcohol my whole life, so I just don’t relate to it. That isn’t a moral stance, either, it’s just whenever I’m not in full control over my thoughts and actions, I always do or say something completely stupid.

I do know beat-’em-ups, however, and from what I can tell, Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch is a beat-’em-up. 2020’s Jay and Silent Bob: Mall Brawl was also a beat-’em-up, but while that title went for an NES retro-style aesthetic, Chronic Blunt Punch has a much more detailed cartoon look to it.

The trailer is mostly focused on an animated interpretation of the gameplay, but it also shows some scenes of the gameplay itself, with the eponymous heroes beating up road hockey players and phone-addicted teens. The animated portions show some super-hero sentai sequences and the genre-mandatory S&M boss. There’s probably a bunch of references sprinkled around that I don’t get, but hopefully, you do.

Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch is coming sometime in 2024. The target platforms have not been revealed yet, but PC is one of them.


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