RezCorp is in the business of magical resurrections, but something is wrong in the corrupt company. This is where the players comes in, selecting from a handful of mutant warriors to take down the mutants, monsters, and oddball creatures that stand between them and justice in brawler Dungeon Punks.
Players choose from six playable characters, picking two to swap between using the game’s tag-team mechanic. Each character can level up its own set of skills, magical attacks, and dodges, so players can grow two different characters to help them handle various combat situations.
One to three players can dole out pain in local co-op, or can fight against each other in one of the game’s arenas.
Dungeon Punks is due to bring its mixture of modern corporate greed and medieval fantasy combat to PS4, Xbox One, and PC this Summer. It is currently raising votes on Greenlight for a Steam release.