Kagura Games announced that the kamichichi developed doujin RPG Apostle will launch on PC-via Steam on November 8.
Apostle takes place in the mystic year of 2015 as the moon turns the color of blood. On this night, monsters, known as Magna, begin to appear and slaughter anyone they encounter. As the humans stand against these beasts, their last resort ended up being nuclear weapons, which became humanity’s Day of Judgement. 50 years later, there’s n sign of Magna, however, peace doesn’t last forever.
Apostle features classic RPG elements along with a futuristic world to explore and a large cast of characters to add to your party. The game focuses on its characters and…plot of many female characters. Apostle’s battle system is turned base and has a skill learning system. Players will also find sidequests and special character events.
The developers describe the mature content as, “Apostle features strong language, depictions of violent death, and gore.” The game does also contain adult content, but we aren’t sure if this will be included in a separate patch or if it was removed for the Steam version. It could very well be included in this release as well and just not mentioned in the description notes.
In case you missed it, check out our interview with publisher Kagura Games.
You can check out screenshots for the game below:
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