Be the Bad Guy in Nefarious

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It’s far too common to see games where players assume the role of the hero. Why don’t more games let you jump into a more villainous role? You’ll be able to fight for the wrong side now that Nefarious is out.

This 2D action platformer takes its cues from Mega Man with a few twists. The main difference is that now you are the “boss” during boss fights. Of course, you’re also a princess kidnapper extraordinaire.

Nefarious is available with a launch week discount of $13.49 on Steam (exclusively for Windows). It includes full controller support, achievements, cloud saves, and trading cards.

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