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Submitted by RayWillmott 551d ago | news

Shadowrun Returns launches on PC & Mac tomorrow

The long-awaited Kickstarter funded project, Shadowrun Returns takes players back to a world of cyberpunk darkness and will do so in just over 20 hours time.

The countdown is officially on through Steam and players can purchase the game for 10% off, getting it at just £13.49.

The last time a Shadowrun game experience appeared was at the launch of Xbox 360. It wasn’t…um…well…it wasn’t great. And it certainly wasn’t anything like its 16 bit counterparts. Two very different games launched for SNES and Megadrive in the form of top-down RPGs. Great games in the series have yet to be created since. (Kickstarter, PC, Shadowrun Returns)

GREW50ME  +   551d ago
Nice story, chummer!
Jyndal  +   551d ago
I'm kinda stoked about this one. I played the P&P version of Shadowrun back in the day and loved it. The Sega Genesis version wasn't bad either.

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