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Serial Cleaners Review

Sep 21, 2022

Cleaners are everywhere, and no I don’t mean the ones doing a legitimate cleaning of crime scenes, it’s – you know – the ones that erase all traces of evidence to avoid incrimination. Entertainment and media has even begun to put them on all full display in recent years. First you’ve got “The Cleaner” nickname that AEW wrestler Kenny Omega has gone by. Then there’s the “Specialized Waste Disposal” crew that comes to clean-up John Wick’s home. Five years after the original, Serial Cleaners is a twist on the stealth genre that elevates everything about the original to be a stellar sequel about cleaning up messes, not making them.

Serial Cleaner Review

Jul 11, 2017

Serial Cleaner is a stealth game where you play a character whose sole purpose is to discretely clean up messes from murders and deals gone bad. And in doing so, must never get caught in the process. You wouldn’t think a stealth game where you have no offensive capabilities or weapons would work, but it totally does. And Serial Cleaner is a reverse Hotline Miami, which is an awesome thing to be.