Posts Tagged ‘Moonlighter’

Be an RPG shopkeep by day, hero by night in Moonlighter

Moonlighter

Looking at Digital Sun’s upcoming management sim/action-RPG hybrid Moonlighter, it’s hard not to draw comparisons to excellent Japanese indie of yesteryear, Recettear. And as far as I’m concerned, that’s just fine, because I haven’t played anything that quite scratched that itch in nearly 8 years. Run a generic fantasy equipment shop by day, crawl through the dungeons for more stock by night. How else did you think those merchants make money?

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Dungeons And Debtors: Moonlighter

Do you remember Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale? Released in Europe and North America in 2010, it’s a dungeon-crawling RPG combined with shop management. You’re the person adventurers turn to when they need an upgrade on that rusty sword and battered leather armour.

Moonlighter [official site] looks like a fresh version of the same idea. In the daylight hours, you manage your shop and at night you head into randomised dungeons to gather the materials and items you need to keep the shop running.

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