Rogue Spirit Gameplay 4K – RTX 3090

Here is a look at the opening moments of Kids With Sticks/505 Games’ action rogue-like game Rogue Spirit which is available now via Steam Early Access. This is an interesting game with a neat concept that employs stealth and action. It’s quite challenging though until you earn enough points to improve your chances. Expect to die quite often as you learn how to deal with each enemy type. It’s a game where the more time you invest, you increase the chances of survival. In addition, we found turning OFF the depth-of-field effect made it look much cleaner.

Reality and the spirit world are now intertwined: defeat the armies of Chaos to save the people of the Kingdom of Midra from demonic invaders.

Rogue Spirit is a 3D rogue-lite action game with light stealth elements. Play as the Ghost of the Prince of the Kingdom of Midra, possess enemy characters and absorb their unique skills to fight the evil presence that has corrupted your land.

Features:
• Action game with stealth elements in a rogue-lite game loop
• Play as the steadfast Ghost of the Prince of Midra
• Possess the enemies you fight with and absorb their combat features to go on in the battle at your best
• Master different characters’ playstyles, improve your skills, and adapt to an ever-changing world
• Explore the wonderful Kingdom of Midra and learn its legends and lore
• 20 characters with different abilities, weapons and playstyles
• 10 procedurally-generated levels set in 5 different biomes
• Dozens of essences and skills to make each run different
• Unlock permanent upgrades between runs
• Secrets and bosses are waiting for you
• 3D graphics inspired by traditional Asian designs

Written by: Robert Cram

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