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No Dpad: 100 Rogues Review

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Much like Monty Python’s Rabbit of Caerbonnog, 100 Rogues‘ charming exterior belies the vicious beast within. “Death is essentially inevitable in 100 Rogues. It’s not all about winning, though; it’s about getting a high score!” advises one of the game’s many loading tips, and these words should be take as dogma. Developed by DinoFarm Games and published by Fusion Reactions, the game is a new take on the classic roguelike, a roguelike being a genre of role-playing games typified by randomization for replayability, permanent character death, turn-based movement, dungeon crawling, looting and a high degree of difficulty.

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