Kemco’s Tears Revolude On Steam Greenlight!

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

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Great news for fans of Kemco games! The company, long known for releasing products with a classic/retro RPG play style had enough success with their last Steam Greenlight release Asdivine Hearts (which you can go and check out on Steam here) that they want to do it all over again with the game Tears Revolude. They’re looking for support to get this game on Steam right now, and you can help them out by vising the Greenlight page here! There are also a few screenshots available for you to check out.

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Tears Revolude is the story of two protagonists, Sion and Michelle, who find an amnesiac girl named Liara while searching for a famous artist’s final work. This springboards the trio into a turn based strategy RPG adventure as they try to restore Liara’s memory.  Kemco has also released a trailer, which you can check out below.

Go ahead and hit up their Steam Greenlight page. Give Kemco your support! The game looks like fun and it never hurts our hobby to see more niche games reach wider audiences on as many platforms as possible!

Tears Revolude is currently on Steam Greenlight.


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