Shadowrun: Hong Kong
Developer: Harebrained Schemes
Publisher: Harebrained Holdings
Released on Aug 20, 2015
Shadowrun: Hong Kong is a spin-off campaign in the Shadowrun series, praised for its interactive turn-based combat and traditional RPG setup, being a cornerstone of virtual tabletop games, except the party is thrown into a cyberpunk-themed fantasy world. Growing up as a street orphan, you reunite with your foster brother in the city of Hong Kong to decipher Raymond’s urgent message.
Genre: A Strategic Adventure RPG
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Cthulhu Saves the World
Developer: Zeboyd Games
Publisher: See Above
Released on July 13, 2011
The almighty Cthulu has descended from the heavens to wreak havoc upon the inhabitants of Earth. For centuries, this godly being ruled over the city of R’lyeh, driving mere mortals insane with his terrifying presence. One day, he awakens and rises to the surface, only to have his powers sealed away by a mysterious sorcerer.
Genre: A Classic, Indie RPG
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Invisible, Inc. Tactical Espionage
Developer: Klei Entertainment
Publisher: Same as above
Released on May 12, 2015
Many kids like to pretend they are secret agent spies who can waltz straight into an enemy base and fool the guards into believing that they saw nothing in the first place. While becoming a real spy may take years of training unlike what happens in the movie, Spy Kids, the game Invisible, Inc. turns this fantasy into reality with a simple download off of Steam.
Genre: An Action-Strategy Game
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South Park: The Stick of Truth™
Written by Paul Gestl
Developer: Obsidian Entertainment
Released on Mar 03, 2014
South Park: The Stick of Truth is an extremely mature game with vulgar jokes, sexual content, and horrible violence and because of this, my review may offend people who are faint of heart. South Park is a TV series notorious for its politically incorrect humor.
Proceed at your own risk!
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