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Josh Curry
Kickstarted Cyberpunk RPG Dex Out Now on PC
With all the necessary smart AI, Singularities and Neon Lights.
05.13.15 - 2:18 AM

It has been almost two years since Dex was originally funded on Kickstarter but the side-scrolling cyberpunk action-RPG is now available on PC through Steam and the Humble Store.

Designed as a tribute to '90s RPGs, Dex has you exploring the futuristic city of Harbor Prime as you attempt to discover the truth behind a theoretical Singularity which would allow for AIs to surpass human intelligence. As you wander the neon streets it will be necessary to augment your character to make her faster, stronger and smarter. These augments will allow for additional abilities to be used as you fight off thugs and hack into cyberspace.

Dex is now available on the PC for $19.99; Developer Dreadlocks stated that the Wii U and Ouya versions should be out this Summer.


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