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Mike Salbato
E3 2016: Necropolis Gallery Debut
A Souls-and-roguelike that looks to be as difficult as it is foreboding.
06.18.16 - 4:54 PM

Recently, we've seen several new Shadowrun titles from developer Harebrained Schemes, but their next title, Necropolis, is going for something totally different. A roguelike with a bit of Dark Souls influence, the title features a gorgeous minimalist art style coupled with tough-as-nails gameplay that encourages "just one more try" attempts.

Click through this pretty shot below to see our brand-new gallery:

Necropolis Screenshot


And here's the trailer to give you a feel for the gameplay:


Harebrained Schemes is bringing Necropolis to PC via Steam on July 12, and is partnering with Bandai Namco to bring the title to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this summer. Look for our hands-on impressions from E3 soon!


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