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Promising 'deep souls-like combat' the challenging action RPG Mana Spark is set to release September 27th with Linux support (confirmation).

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Promised features include:

  • Deep souls-like combat: Each enemy has its own set of skills, behaviors and collaborations. Learn their patterns and discover their weakness before they land their hands on you.
  • Delightful progression: Be responsible for your own encampment. This is where you choose your equipment and get track of your discoveries and unlocked content.
  • Procedural generation: Designed to make each new run a completely new experience. Each room is hand crafted to get the most of the combat, but you'll never be on the same dungeon twice.

The developer, BEHEMUTT, has already sent over a key and so we will have some thoughts up around the release. For now, I can confirm it works quite nicely and the Steam Controller worked really well, once changed to the traditional gamepad configuration.

Follow it on Steam. Keep an eye out on September 27th.

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Linuxpunk 4 Sep, 2018
Up on my wishlist. Hope I'll have enough money to buy on day one.:D
Looks interesting. I like some souls-like action!

QuoteA challenging action RPG with deep souls-like combat and rogue-like elements.

...rogue-like elements.

Sigh. I am trapped in a never-ending world of rogue-likes.

Oh well. I hope it is good for people who like such things!

Edit: That came across as really grumpy. Sorry. I do hope it is good and the developer does well. I have no reason to begrudge anyone their taste in games.

Last edited by no_information_here on 5 September 2018 at 4:50 am UTC
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