[email protected] Comes To GeForce Now

Each week NVIDIA aims to keep gamers happy with a new game on Geforce Now or the Android platform and usually it’s exclusive to the SHIELD platform. This week they’ve take an old-school hack-and-slash dungeon crawler and merge it with an art treatment reminiscent of Tron. Called [email protected] I’d watch the trailer below to learn more.

Cool trailer right? If you’ve seen Tron you’ll see the similarity but rated R. [email protected] is re-imaging of some of PC gaming’s earliest life forms – multi-user dungeon (MUD) adventures that were rendered completely with letters and numbers from the ASCII programming language. We’re talking 1980’s Rogue and the subsequent “Roguelike” sub-genre of games that followed, paving the way to present day mega-hits like Diablo[email protected] takes this foundation out of the past and back into modern-day PC gaming, merging this now-classic gaming recipe with a stunning visual style that evokes that old-school charm while retaining a modern feel.

So how do you play?  Choose your hero – Ranger, Mage, Warrior or Amazon – and explore a labyrinth of dungeons that descend deep underground to find their fearsome Guardian and strike it down. Just remember this is no cakewalk and it’s called [email protected] for a reason. [email protected]’s supports local co op so grab some friends, because you’ll need it.

From now through February 20 you can purchase the game for $12.99, which is 20% off the regular retail price of $14.99. This price includes unlimited streaming rights on SHIELD along with a digital download code you can use on Steam. [email protected] is rated T for Teen by the Entertainment Software Rating Board and is recommended for players over the age of 13.

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Anthony Garera

Anthony is usually tinkering with everything and anything because there's always one more thing to do, reviewing games and apps and complaining about things normal people don't think about.

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