Dead End Job is a twin-stick shooter where players take control of Hector Plasm, a ghost exterminator on a mission to save his mentor’s soul. To accomplish this Hector will need a lot of cash, but luckily there is no shortage of people willing to pay him to shoot ghosts with his plasma blaster before sucking up the pesky spirits in a vacuum pack. The procedurally generated levels in this game span several distinct districts and the game is a lot of fun. Dying means losing all your perks, which sucks and the co-op is a bit of a letdown due to the limitations of the secondary character, but overall Dead End Job has a lot to offer.
Gameplay: Shoot ghosts to stun them, then suck them up in a vacuum pack.
Graphics: Very colorful and there’s a wide range of different ghosts types to encounter.
Sound: The soundtrack fits the style of the game perfectly and there’s even a neat intro theme song