Uglysoft's supremely odd and crass game Mark Leung: Revenge of the Bitch is out. Developed over the course of two and a half years by a team that formed at University of Hong Kong's School of Design, this is a parody RPG inspired by "christianity, double rainbows, Kim Jong Il, flaming trolls and Final Fantasy".

Before you watch the trailer above, please note that it's packed with immature humor, farting dogs, and lots of cute animals dying. If you don't watch it, though, you'll miss seeing the game's live-action cutscenes, spoofs of Wall-E and Pikachu, pianos falling on pterodactyls, and the best fast food special attack I've ever seen.

Here's a quick description if the trailer hasn't either scared you away or convinced you to buy the PC game:

"Journey into the world of Untitled with Mark Leung -- a selfish Communist and hapless Ginseng collector. He finds himself caught in a petty rivalry between two wacko religions -- and haunted by his ex-girlfriend to boot. Help Mark as he battles cute, blood-spewing cats, unremorseful loltrolls and the gun-toting McFunny."

You can buy Mark Leung: Revenge of the Bitch for $12.99 here. There's also a free demo you can download to try out!

[Via IndieGames.com]