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Deer Creek Shoot-Out
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Genre: Action, RPG
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Posted:
Aug 30, 2012 @ 1:18pm

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Description
Description:
This is a top-down action RPG game set in Western environment. Game features RPG elements - vital characteristics - that directly influence the combat proficiency.
Backpack inventory provides enough space for the loot collected on the way. Careful choice of upgraded characteristics charts the course across the towns occupied by bandits and means a difference between survival and death.

Player can choose how much of an RPG feature-set he wants to experience. It's possible to tweak the game to play like a pure action game (e.g. no weapon durability, upgrading or skill-tree management), as well as a hard-core RPG.

3D Engine / Technology:
The game, 3D engine and the toolset have been written from scratch using C# / XNA.

Platforms:
  • Primary: PC
  • Secondary: XBO360
  • Tertiary: WindowsPhone
Note : The XBOX and WP7 builds are fully functioning.

Expected Price Range: $8-$10

Pre-Purchase Price : $4.95 (Coming Soon !)
82 Comments
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Be2maru248 Jul 20 @ 8:35pm 
I want a Japanese implementation.
When will that be implemented?
Sentient Rex Jun 29 @ 10:57am 
Looks like an intereesting game.
radekjak Jun 26 @ 5:14am 
isometric graphic and western environment - ok.
M3rCy Jun 22 @ 4:22am 
good game
M3rCy Jun 22 @ 4:22am 
nice
gart1x Jun 21 @ 10:19am 
тип игры нравится
gart1x Jun 21 @ 10:19am 
тип игры нравится
HombreFelipe Apr 22 @ 10:35am 
Is there a demo available?
krazedlion Apr 14 @ 10:20pm 
I love RPGs and this sounds interesting, but the animations need some serious work, so no unless greatly improved.
mahavius Jan 29 @ 8:47am 
i liked :)