I’ve covered Pecaminosa before, but wanted to spotlight it again; it’s a hugely promising indie title that’s coming to PC this year. Described as a pixel noir RPG, it’s got a wonderful sense of style, with a wide range of influences including LA Noire, Fallout and Grim Fandango.
It looks like a great mix of noir, RPG mechanics and surrealism that looks very appealing. The artwork and character design is absolutely fantastic, as you can see from the images I’ve shared.
Taking place in a fictional casino city near the US/Mexico border in the 1940s, the game has an open world; accompanying the action is a unique vintage jazz soundtrack. I’m very eager to get my hands on Pecaminosa; the team behind the game are very passionate and incredibly active on social media too, which is great to see.
A funding campaign will be launching on IndieGoGo soon; you can subscribe to keep updated here.
In the meantime, you can also check out the game’s website at pecaminosa.com – and do be sure to follow the game’s Twitter account here too for regular updates on progress and other fun stuff that the dev team shares.
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