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Pecaminosa charms a Release

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Pecaminosa charms a Release

Game News - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 27 May 2021, 14:16:54

Tags: Cereal Games; Pecaminosa - A Pixel Noir Game

Cereal Games's Pecaminosa - A Pixel Noir Game is now available on Steam. No sale on this one, and it's $14.99 currently. What is it? It's a character driven detective RPG with real time combat, pixel art, and some mystical elements. Explore a crazy pulp noir world, gamble, question suspects, search for clues all while delving deeper in to the crazier parts of this world.

Pecaminosa blends the charm of pixel art and the mechanics of an Action RPG with the atmosphere of film noir. The Legend of Zelda combined with Touch of Evil. You have not seen and played anything like it. Interrogate suspects, explore a city dominated by crime and sin, and never hesitate to use your fists and guns. These are hard times in a very tough city.

Customize your character's appearance and equipment and have it evolve through the L.I.F.E. system, distributing experience points into four different parameters: Luck, Intelligence, Force and Endurance. Play Blackjack to earn extra money, visit the liquor store, socialize with the scum, visit the police station and the brothel, in addition to other venues recreated with great graphic detail… and don't trust anyone. There is a bullet with your name on it, and it's eager to meet you.​

The world needs more noir detective RPGs with some crazy flavor thrown in for good measure. Just remember, a revolver solves everything in that setting. Just look at any vintage serial.

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