The Japanese indie scene may not be as celebrated as our own, but that doesn't mean it has to stay that way. Companies like Nyu Media are working to change by bringing these eastern-developed "bedroom" games to the rest of the world. Their latest project, Croixleur, is an arcade hack-and-slash title that likens itself to Devil May Cry's Bloody Palace mode.
Interested? You can grab a trail version of the score attack mode here or vote for a Steam release via Greenlight. The full game launches on PC later this week, January 24 to be specific, for just $4.99.
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