If dark, bloody and distressing sounds like your idea of a fun time, here's some Agony to kickstart your week.
After a delay and a few rounds with ratings agencies around the world, the crowdfunded horror adventure Agony finally drops this week.
In case you need a refresher, this is the game about wandering through Hell and possessing lesser demons to scrape by. It's also the game that's getting an optional patch post-launch to restore any content that had to be removed for certain territories.
The Kickstarter-backed Agony was due out late last month, bringing a fresh round of demonic first-person horror to everyone's screens. But the game's release date has come and gone, and the developers have since revealed why: classification ratings.
For what it's worth, Agony has been rated R18+ in Australia. There's no word on whether any content was removed to appease the Classification Board, though. Either way, here's the first 10 minutes of the game courtesy of PC Master Race Latinoamérica on YouTube.
Madmind Studio also released five minutes of footage over the weekend from a later sequence in the game, which you can watch below.
Agony drops (or bleeds, really) on May 29.