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You can now pre-order Sir, You Are Being Hunted


7:00 PM on 04.15.2013



It seem like we're approaching the stage when all those Kickstarters we backed in a post-Double Fine Adventure frenzy are starting to get released. One such title is Sir, You Are Being Hunted developed by Big Robot, which is now available to pre-order to non-Kickstarter backers. The game involves aristocratic robots hunting humans for sport in the not-so-cheerful British countryside. 

For $20 you'll get the game and access to the second round of beta testing, roughly a month after Kickstarter backers get their access. Whilst I really like the look of the game, I didn't back the Kickstarter as I wanted to see how videogame Kickstarter projects turned out. It does make me want to travel down to the Rezzed Expo in June to get some hands of time with the game. 






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