Dark Scavenger coming to PC, looks freaky as f*ck - destructoid

Dark Scavenger coming to PC, looks freaky as f*ck

11:20 AM on 05.26.2011

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor


Dark Scavenger, a sci-fi roleplaying game with turn-based combat has been announced today, and it looks bloody weird. The screenshots involve luchador gorillas, monks with tennis rackets and six-eyed aliens playing ping pong. 

This sounds like it's going to be an experience. 

The game boasts a "dynamic text-based encounter system," which appears to blend JRPG elements with point and click gameplay, all presented in a text adventure format. The game features six hours of gameplay and a "deep, dark fantasy narrative," alongside 100+ weapons to collect and multiple scenarios. Oh, and the battle music is pretty kickass.

Titles like these are what I keep my computer updated for. Good or bad, it looks really unique and more than a little insane. I'll take a chance on that!


PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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