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Thursday, June 8, 2023

    Redemption Reapers has released




    Redemption Reapers, a tactical RPG game by Adglobe and published by Binary Haze Interactive, has officially launched on Steam for Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch on February 22, 2022. A physical edition of the game is also set to release in April 2023. The game is developed by AAA industry veterans who have previously worked on games such as Fire Emblem, Kingdom Hearts III, and Metal Gear Solid. The voice cast includes actors from popular games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Persona 5, and more. Redemption Reapers is a dark fantasy game that combines tactical gameplay and a mature wartime story.

    In the game, players take control of the Ashen Hawk Brigade, a group of mercenaries who were once despised. The brigade fights against the Mort army, who are destroying everything in their path. The game is turn-based, and players must use strategic positioning and tactical attacks to outwit the Mort forces. The game also features fully-voiced cutscenes that add to the story and the characters’ relationships.

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    Redemption Reapers was developed by an experienced development team that includes director Hiroyuki Kobayashi, who was the producer of ENDER LILIES: Quietus of the Knights, game balance designer Masayuki Horikawa, who was the series director of Fire Emblem, and scenario designer Tomokazu Fukushima, who worked on Metal Gear Solid and Freedom Wars. The game’s music is composed by Rei Kondoh, who has worked on the Bayonetta series and Fire Emblem series.

    The game’s voice cast includes Alejandra Reynoso, Jason Spisak, Kyle McCarley, Allegra Clark, David Lodge, and Caleb Yen. Players can choose from five warriors to create the perfect team and use special skills to level the playing field.

    Redemption Reapers is now available for $49.99 on Steam, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. It supports Japanese, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), and Korean-language support, with voiceover options in English and Japanese. Players can visit the Redemption Reapers website, follow Binary Haze Interactive on Twitter, and wishlist the game on Steam for more information.



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