One Mistake Means A Bloody End In Gory Fighter Slice Dice & Rice



One screw-up not only means the end of the match in one-on-one fighter Slice Dice & Rice, but it will also mean the player’s character getting cut apart in a splatter of blood and gore that smears across its black-and-white world.



Set in a fictional vision of a Japanese underworld with a sharp visual aesthetic, Slice Dice & Rice has players fighting it out as one of eight warriors, each of which suffers greatly form getting hit even once. Inspired by Bushido Blade, any attack that isn’t avoided or blocked will cause the struck fighter to lose mobility and effectiveness, with clean blows to certain areas killing them instantly.


Careless players will find their matches end quickly in Slice Dice & Rice, and those endings are far from subtle. Defeated players will be torn apart in sprays of blood and body parts, showing signs of an homage to Mortal Kombat with the gruesome ends these fighters can meet.




Players will want to get to know their fighters well to avoid these messy ends, learning the unique attacks and fighting styles of the eight fighters, to figuring out how to feint with cancelled moves, parry an opponent’s attack, or what to do when their attacks clash.


Slice Dice & Rice is available now on Steam.

Alistair Wong
Very avid gamer with writing tendencies. Fan of Rockman and Pokémon and lots more!