Action RPG The Tenth Line Launches June 27th on PS4

Even Indie solo developers can have nice things!
The Tenth Line

The Tenth Line appears to be a beautiful looking action-RPG featuring an action combat system, platforming, optional super-bosses, and an in-game collectible card game and it lands on the PS4 on June 27th by a solo developer, Sungazer Software. For a solo project, this game looks to have a lot of things going for it!

 

About the Game

The Tenth Line is a platformer/RPG that takes great inspiration from PlayStation RPGs of the late 90’s, when the genre really shined with memorable stories, grand soundtracks, and unique takes on RPG traditions. The Tenth Line promises all this and more, with an unforgettable cast of characters, original battle and progression mechanics, and a fantastical story about friendship, faith, and finding your place in the world.

Battles that Reward Aggression & Timing And A Card Game

Battles in The Tenth Line are turn-based, with an active timing element. You’ll choose skills for each character to perform, then carry them out with well-timed button presses: juggling foes between attacks for additional damage, or retreating early to conserve energy.

Also, it has a collectible card game you can play against inhabitants of the world. Remember when RPGs had card games?

The Tenth Line Screenshot

Coming Soon

Look for The Tenth Line at the US PlayStation Store on June 27th for $12.99, but PS+ members can get it for 20% off during the week of release. For more information on the game check out the developer’s post on Playstation.blog!

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Scott is a comic book, music and gaming nerd since the late 70s. Gaming all began on the Colecovision and Atari 2600. He buys and reads new comics every Wednesday from his LCBS and helps run an online Heavy Metal radio station.

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