Love is eternal. Or so you’ll discover in Sinclair Strange’s much anticipated new game, "I Want To Be Human", available now on Steam for £10.99 / €14.99 and coming to consoles later this year.
Join our vampire protagonist on her journey to break her and her boyfriend out of the clutches of hell. Packed with five worlds of crazy platforming action, a pulsing electro-punk soundtrack featuring Mindless Self Indulgence’s Jimmy Urine, and a whole load of exploding body parts, you’ll soon realise why "I Want To Be Human might" not be your average love story. And who knows, you might even set a new high ‘sgore’ (ahem) for the ages.
“Working with both Sinclair and Jimmy Urine has been an incredible experience,” said Martin Defries, Managing Director of Rising Star Games. “We can’t wait for PC gamers to sink their teeth into the game and we look forward to bringing "I Want To Be Human" to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One very soon.”
I Want To Be Human Key Features:
· Vampire Justice – Love, betrayal, and endless destruction, all drenched in pixelated gore that spans five different worlds
· Bullets for my Valentine – Use your trusty shotgun to take the fight to the flock – the ones who are responsible for turning your boyfriend into trendy headgear
· Tongue, meet cheek – Discover a world packed with off-the-wall dark humour and a unique art style that could only come from the mind of Sinclair Strange
Additional information about I Want to be Human and all Rising Star Games titles can be found on the official Rising Star Games website: www.risingstargames.com.
Rising Star Games is a privately held video games publisher with a global reach. With operating offices in Europe and USA the company publishes video game entertainment across all gaming platforms from Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo and via Steam. With decades of combined experience and a genuine passion for interactive entertainment, Rising Star Games is proud of its ever-expanding and enormously diverse catalogue of over 120 titles. www.risingstargames.com
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