From the creators of the hit top down shooter Neon Chrome comes an all new twin stick shooter exclusively for the PlayStation 4. Jydge will put players in the shoes of their very own Jydge, tasked with eradicating crime in the never-sleeping megacity of Edenbyrg.
Choose your characters own cybernetics, items, mods, and companions, forming an endless amount of unique combinations. Deal ruthless Jystice using a weapon like a gavel or fire rockets, lasers, electricity, and other deadly tools of the law to deal out punishment. Regardless of how you do it, find creative ways to do it in order to earn more medals and unlock new equipment.
Revel in the vastly destructible environments as well, breaking, entering and confiscating as you please. There is no need to do it all alone either, as Jydge will feature local co-op so you can deal with the scum of Edenbyrg with a buddy.
While takes a lot of influences from its predecessor, Jydge will abandon the rogue-like elements known to Neon Chrome, after critiques regarding the element from the first game.
”Neon Chrome has been a great success for us all the way to being a free PlayStation Plus game in June, but some players reported they didn’t fully enjoy the procedurally generated structure of that game,” said Tero Alatalo, CEO of 10tons and Jydge lead designer. We made Jydge to address precisely that. The game features tons of handcrafted levels with multiple missions, and a crazy amount of character customization to give the player the tools to complete each and every one.” says
Pre-order now2 and receive 20 Percent off the price and instant free full copies of Crimsonland and Neon Chrome. The sci-fi twin stick shooter will be set in the world of Neon Chrome. Jydge launches exclusively for PS4 October 3rd for $14.99.
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