Long Gone Days unique RPG coming this month

long gone days unique rpg coming for linux mac windows games

Long Gone Days is a 2D modern-day military RPG coming this month for Linux, Mac and Windows. The games set in current times, with a focus on language and cultural barriers. While taking inspiration from classic dystopian literature and visual novels.

So the story kicks off after Rourke gets sent on his first mission. Having to leave The Core‘s base for the very first time. Also discovering the dark truth about the operation he’s part of. And the consequences of deserting an inescapable war.

With no place to call home now. He must prevent the war from spreading any further. Forming strong bonds along the way that will change his life forever.

From the point of story and gameplay. This also presents a unique opporunity for the player. Since there seems to be an emo element. While using a visual novel style of story telling. And then mixing in some shooter elements as well. Game look interesting.

Long Gone Days RPG Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Long Gone Days Features:

  • Communication is Key: As Long Gone Days is set in the real world. Players will encounter several language barriers. Recruit interpreters in order to communicate with others.
  • Keep Morale High: Choose dialogue options wisely as they impact your party members’ Morale, affecting how they perform during battles. While doing so, keep in mind every character has different personality traits and motivations.
  • Sniper Mode: Long Gone Days has two battle systems. Using Rourke’s rifle, spot your enemies and take down your targets.
  • No Random Encounters: Long Gone Days features front-view turn-based battles with body-targeting system, and every battle is directly related to the plot.

Release Date:

Long Gone Days is set to release on Steam Early Access , GameJolt and Itch. Which will be available for Linux, Mac and Windows on March 28th.

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