A physical release of Sword of the Vagrant from publisher Rainy Frog and developers O.T.K Games and DICO is on the way, with Red Art Games and Limited Run Games handing distribution in Europe and North America respectively. Pre-orders open on January 19th, 2023 at 5PM CEST through the Red Art Games webstore and Limited Run Games webstore, with the release/shipment date set for June 2nd, 2023. Each copy will be priced at €29.99, and will include a 45-page art book and keychain as pre-order bonuses if you order before May 2nd. A double-sided poster will come with every order.
Sword of the Vagrant is a 2D action RPG inspired by Vanillaware productions. Journey into the gorgeous hand-painted fantasy world of Mythrilia and battle through hordes of monsters on your quest to reunite your family. As Vivian, you will experience an exciting and challenging adventure focused on combat gameplay that utilizes combo chains, charge attacks, and special skills, all the while improving your character’s build through new equipment and abilities. Sword of the Vagrant allows players to either play casually or go all out in order to become a master combatant.
For the love of god please STOP!
You have posted this very same comment at least THREE times. If you want to boycott LRG you are free to do so but this is a news site for crying out loud. They can and SHOULD post every news unbiased.
Why should I stop? This isn't the same comment either. I posted a comment 3 times to 3 different site contributors making them aware of an ongoing situation. They can then decide for themselves if they want to post future stories concerning Limited Run Games. Everyone within the gaming industry and media can and SHOULD be made aware of this story. They can make up their own mind about it then.
I'm pretty sure that every author on this site already heard the whole story but I am not going to discuss this matter any further.
However: Next time I will report your comment.
Report away. I've done absolutely nothing wrong. You can report any of my posts here if you'd like. And you shouldn't presume "that every author on this site already heard the whole story".
That is not what the "address author" feature is for. If there's an issue with a specific story, you can use it to notify the author directly.
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