Exile’s End


Exile’s End is an action-adventure game with an homage to early 90’s home computer games with a Japanese flair.

Developed by Tokyo-based Australian game maker Magnetic Realms, the game is filled with art and music inspired by legends of the 8 and 16-bit eras from Japan, including Keiji Yamagishi – composer of the original Ninja Gaiden.

The game also draws from the science-fiction films and anime of the 80’s along with the gameplay of classic Commodore 64 and Amiga games.

Now Exile’s End is available on Steam for 15% off and comes with a Free DLC soundtrack! This offer ends on September 7th at 10 AM Pacific Time

Hurry! It’s available for a limited time only!

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