Immortal Rogue impressed us with its slick controls, intriguing approach to the roguelike genre, and sweet, sweet violence. You can read exactly what we though over here.

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Steve Clarke

I really enjoyed playing Immortal Rouge, it's a little rough around the edges and has quite a few irritations, but at its core is an extremely playable well made game.

The surprisingly intuitive controls make combat smooth and fluid while the constant changes in time period, graphics, and enemies stop it getting stale. I also thought the ability to nudge humanity's development by choosing to hunt or side with influential figures was a very nice touch.

It might be a little too hard, and the upgrade drops could be a touch more generous, but overall Immortal Rogue is a a great casual hack and slash game worthy of your attention.