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Store page:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/837330/Crimson_Shift/

Story:

The story is about a girl called Naokee. She's forced to become an assassin after being taken from her place of origin. As time goes on, she encounters people who are willing to help her break free and learn the truth, as the technologically advancing city is slowly thrown into chaos.

You're trying to take her towards the end result you see fit, as you can influence aspects of her personality so she prioritizes certain things over others. There is no good or bad ending, there's only action and consequence. The connection to her can only be severed by death.

Game features:
- Dark, futuristic atmosphere accompanied by a dark story
- Endings based on player choice.
- Assassination System - Avoid direct confrontation by Assassinating enemies.
- Challenging, unique combat
- Forming Naokee's personality/attitude through choice


Feedback is appreciated!!

Latest Blog

Crimson Shift Demo - Final

The final version of the Crimson Shift demo is out. It will be identical to the Full version in terms of what it contains in the first chapter and the prologue.
I'm so happy we're at this point :D
If you like it, you can add the game on the steam store page to your wishlist, It releases on the 30th
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I love the artwork. Quick question, as there are two other games in the series would I have to download all of them in order to understand it? Might get problematic in the marketing side of things.
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I love the artwork. Quick question, as there are two other games in the series would I have to download all of them in order to understand it? Might get problematic in the marketing side of things.

Thanks! I'm happy you like it :)

To your question, no, each story is a standalone as a story, though if played, they add to the other games' experience, but not playing them doesn't take away anything.
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