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Developer Dark Lord and publisher Daedalic Entertainment’s latest project was revealed this week, an action game by the name of Glitchpunk that mixes trans-humanist themes with crime sprees as you explore four different cities in a dark future. What makes Glitchpunk different from many other sandbox games that are clearly inspired by the brand of mayhem found in modern Grand Theft Auto games, is that it found inspiration in the older GTA games from the 1990s.
Like those titles, Glitchpunk is a top-down action game where you have to survive in cities filled with corrupt police officers and homicidal gang members. Aside from shooting your way out of an explosive situation with the game’s massive arsenal of weapons, you can also engage in high-speed getaways using cars, trucks, buses, motorcycles, tanks, and trains.