Star Renegades Sees Retail Release This Friday!

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Star Renegades

ININ Games, together with Raw Fury, are looking forward to the upcoming release of Star Renegades as boxed versions for Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4! The rogue-lite strategy RPG – created by the masterminds and makers of Halycon 6: Starbase Commander at developer studio Massive Damage – will be available from Friday, August 27th, in North America and Europe.

Join the rebellion and lead a ragtag rebel squad to fight against The Imperium – a merciless adversary in fast-paced, tactical turn-based interplanetary battles. Unlock, trade, and upgrade the rebels with tons of weapons, loot, and gear – but beware! Your enemies won’t go easy on you. Will you be able to save the universe?

Star Renegades features:

Fast-paced tactical turn-based timeline battle system

Hauntingly beautiful landscapes and ruins

Pretty pixel art style

Procedurally generated dungeons

Unique enemies and bosses

Epic synth-wave compositions and excellent sound design

Limited Edition with Special Offerings:

In addition to the retail versions, there are two premium limited editions available for pre-order, exclusively at the Strictly Limited Games Partner Store.

The Limited Edition comes individually numbered and includes a manual. The Collector’s Edition comes in a special box, including a modular diorama, a beautiful artbook, the superior soundtrack, and a lot more.

About ININ Games:
ININ Games focuses on the digital and physical publishing of high-quality, feel-good retro and arcade games. ININ Games brings retro games to life and creates the classics of the future.
They are best known for Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World, CrossCode, Cotton Reboot, Slaps and Beans, and as the publishing partner for the TAITO titles Bubble Bobble 4 Friends: The Baron is Back and The Ninja Saviors – Return of the Warriors in North America and Europe.
Numerous other milestones of classic gaming culture are in the planning and will be announced in the coming months.

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