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RIP

A combination between a hardcore shooter and the elusive classic arcade
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The cruel dictator seized the magic power and keeps the entire planet under control. One more step -and the boundaries between the worlds of living and dead will be blurred. We need friends to make the army and save the world. Start the battle! Play with friends!
RIP 3 - THE LAST HERO combines the dynamics of a hardcore shooter while preserving the elusive classic arcade appeal and never lets up on the intense action. Every level presents a new challenge, requiring you to not only prove your sharp-shooting, but to think and act tactically.
RIP 3 THE LAST HERO places strong emphasis on character development. Its varied player characters gain experience and evolve into unique reflections of your style through the Skills Tree system. No two players’ experiences will be the same.
The adrenaline-cocktail of accessible gameplay, dynamite visuals and furious pace raises RIP 3 THE LAST HERO to all new heights.

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