Mobile Cyberpunk ARPG Punishing: Gray Raven Promises "Console-Quality Action"
Here's one that might appeal to a variety of players. If you like post-apocalyptic stories, cyberpunk, anime, or stories that take place in space, Kuro Games' mobile ARPG Punishing: Gray Raven might be worth taking a look at. This mobile offering will be the company's first ever globally released game and the developer promises "console-quality action" for players.
They're not ready to drop a release date for the game just yet. It's only just left global closed beta, and they're making adjustments based on feedback from that -- mostly related to improving localization. In the meantime, they've put together several trailers highlighting some of the game's characters in action. These range from your classic archer and swordsperson to a demo expert and a lady with a chainsaw. Those of you interested can get a peek at them below and decide if this is something you'd like to dabble with when it comes out.
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