Dirty Dungeon Delver Devious Descends Onto Nutaku

Nutaku has announced the launch of their latest premium title via a press release - a decidedly dirty dungeon crawler by the name of Devious from the fine folks at Top Hat Studios.

Devious has players delving into dungeons done up in the style of old-school first-person shooters. You'll be able to walk through the game's corridors challenging enemies with your weapons and magic. All in all, there are over 40 levels in the game with an estimation of over 30 hours of gameplay. Have a look at the game's trailer [SFW] to get a feel for what Top Hat Studios want to deliver with Devious:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNvyl4IMhh0

I tried to think up more clever alliteration using D, but there's a point where one runs out of words that can be used in polite company.

While the dungeon-crawling portion of the game serves as the main gameplay attraction, there's nonetheless a story for players to experience. The narrative is expressed through visual novel sections with beautiful anime-style art and players will have four different stories they can work their way through. Players will be able to choose between Story Mode or Gameplay-Only mode to experience the game in a way that best fits their tastes. Of course, being a Nutaku title means that there will be plenty of raunchy adult scenes for you to enjoy.

If Devious sounds like the kind of game you'd like to give a whirl, you can pick up a copy for yourself over at Nutaku [NSFW] for $20.00/2,000 Nutaku Coins or your regional equivalent right now.

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What do you think of Devious? Do you enjoy classicly-styled dungeon-crawling games like this or do you have a preference for more modern gameplay? Let us know in the comments below!

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Robert N. Adams

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I've had a controller in my hand since I was 4 and I haven't stopped gaming since. CCGs, Tabletop Games, Pen & Paper RPGs - I've tried a whole bunch of stuff over the years and I'm always looking to try more!