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Inspired by the likes of DOOM and QUAKE, PO'ed was a first-person shooter released way back in 1995. Playing as a chef who has crash-landed on an alien world, it provided fast-paced explosive action to players, and now Nightdive Studios want to bring it back for the next generation of gamers. Behold, PO'ed Definitive Edition!

You can check out the game's trailer below:

This definitive edition boasts plenty of features to bring it up to the modern age, including support for 144 FPS gameplay, enhanced visuals, such as anti-aliasing support, redefined controls, and support for resolutions up to 4k.

With your trusty jetpack and rocket launcher by your side, go up against 16 of the baddest monsters in the galaxy as you seek to avenge your fallen crew members! You can experience the game as it was, or enable QoL features and fix bugs that were present in the original game.

That's not all, Widescreen support has been added for the HUD and other graphical elements, a new, harder difficulty mode has been added, 15 Steam achievements will be up for grabs, and the game has been localized into more languages!

Nightdive Studios has had plenty of experience remastering old classics, having recently done the Star Wars Dark Forces Remaster, and doing a fine job of it too, so here's hoping they continue their streak!

PO'ed Definitive Edition is coming to Steam "in the very near future", and is available to wishlist now! The game has full controller support and easy-to-run system requirements, so there's no reason I can see why it wouldn't run well on the Steam Deck.

Did you play PO'ed when it came out back in the day? Are you excited for this remaster? Let us know in the comments below!

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Oliver Stogden
Oliver began playing video games at an early age, starting with the SNES console and Commodore Amiga computer. Nowadays, his interest is in the future of portable technology, such as handheld gaming systems, portable power stations/banks, and portable monitors. And seeing just how far we can push these devices.
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