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The absolutely crazy Streets of Rogue is now available on GOG

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If you prefer to pick up your gaming fix from the DRM-free store GOG, you're in luck again. One of the best games all year, Streets of Rogue, is now available there too.

Streets of Rogue is a rogue-lite about player choice, freedom, and anarchic fun. The game takes inspiration from fast-paced top-down rogue-lites like Binding of Isaac and Nuclear Throne, and adds free-form, experimentation-driven, emergent gameplay elements of RPGs like Deus Ex.

Rather than taking place in a dungeon, the game is set in a functioning, procedurally generated city, where complex AI informs denizens from all walks of life, who are just trying to get by in their daily activities.

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Since this is just a news tip about it available on GOG, there's not a huge amount else to say that I haven't said before about it. The game is honestly brilliant, so much fun alone and complete chaos when you're playing with others.

Streets of Rogue is going to be expanding too, as we noted before about the developer mentioning a level editor is coming. Not only that but they are planning more characters, items and so on to add in over time. Like many games, it's "released" but they're not finished with it.

Grab Streets of Rogue on GOG where it's 10% off until October 4th or on Humble Store and Steam as before.

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14 27 Sep, 2019
:S: Hmm... Steam vs GOG for a multiplayer game. I might lean to Steam for this one since Linux doesn't have a client for GOG. *grumble* It's just old-fashioned to try to get in a game with your buddies and everyone has to patch because you're running different versions. My friends also can't see when I'm already in the game and think, "Oh, I should join him." I love the principle behind GOG and have several games from them, even double dipping on multiple games, but Valve treats Linux gamers better. :(
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