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Rustler it’s a lot like an old school Grand Theft Auto game, in two ways. It's a top-down action game in which you'll commit all sorts of weird and bizarre crimes and missions, and takes place in what the developer Jutsu Games describes as a "historically inaccurate medieval setting" full of humor. anachronisms and popular culture. references ".
You will play The Guy, a local peasant in a carefree world who is forced to deal with medieval justice, witch hunts, the Inquisition and worse. You can do “twisted” missions and missions, or you can choose to ignore the plot and do whatever you want at the moment: steal a horse, fight cages, join strangers from the round Earth, or get in a chariot. career. There is even a Great Tournament to participate in, if you really want to make a name for yourself.
It all sounds pretty ridiculous, and that's clearly the intention: the game's soundtrack, for example, is provided by a bard, "your sweaty personal radio," who will change the melodies based on the action on the screen, or you can adjust the music manually, punching him in the face. "Form strange alliances, re-believe your enemies, and unearth dinosaur skeletons in a light, easy-to-understand, hard-to-empathize story," the Steam page says.
Rustler has been available on Steam Early Access since February and is slated to be released in full release on August 31, with new applications, stories, safe houses, enemies, animals and bug fixes. listed completely here. If you want to see all the new content, update 1.0 is available right now in the Early Access beta branch.