Development studio Gamma Minus and publisher Daedalic Entertainment have announced that they are collaborating to bring it to our PCs Rough Justice ’84, a noir-tinged strategy game in which you can breathe the atmosphere of the 80s. The game inspired by the board games of the 80s will see the light on March 13 on Steam e Epic Games Store, while any versions for other platforms should be revealed by the end of the year. Here is the announcement trailer:
As far as we know Rough Justice: ’84 is a single-player strategy game with a strong narrative imprint in which we will have to solve various cases through puzzles, dice and a bit of luck. In the role of an owner of a private security agency, we will have to try to bring some form of order to Seneca City while, in the background, a much larger story will involve a secret organization moved by dark intentions. Filled with pop culture references, with a soundtrack by famed Hollywood composer Raouf Djeffel, and with a wide range of agents to choose from, Rough Justice ’84 just seems to be hell-bent on transporting us back to the wonderful 80s.
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