Immortal Rogue isn’t like most games where you play as a vampire. In this engaging action romp, your victims don’t just satiate your appetite—they shape the narrative. Will you hunt a rogue scientist or a corrupted clergyman? Your choice determines how the future plays out.
Spare that clergyman, for example, and his growing influence could lead to a more difficult world for vampires. Take him out—or convert him to your side—and that will be reflected in your next playthrough. Immortal Rogue stays fresh by reshaping the experience based on your choices—and how long you can last.
As a vampire, you can’t truly die, but the game will punish you for an untimely demise, which strips you of the gear you’ve gathered. You don’t always start from zero, however. Collect blood to unlock permanent inventory items, such as weapons and helpful allies who’ll meet you upon resurrection. Even fiends need friends, right?
Your choices also inform your surroundings. With several centuries under your belt, you might restart in an old frontier town populated by gunslingers, or perhaps a post-apocalyptic wasteland overrun by evil cyborgs. The game keeps you guessing.
Wrapped in a charming retro presentation—complete with pixelated graphics and a chiptune soundtrack—Immortal Rogue has plenty of bite.