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Post by Eorl @ 10:20am 02/05/14 | 1 Comments
Sir, You Are Being Hunted, the procedurally-generated stealth and survival game from Big Robot, has today shed its early access label and hit v1.0 milestone.

Originally funded through Kickstarter in November 2012, Big Robot's title has been in development ever since with a large amount of new content being added over time. In August of 2013 the studio submitted the game to Steam's Early Access program, enabling eager fans to purchase it at a discounted price.

While the team are celebrating the official launch of the game, plans are still being made for ongoing fixes and support including the introduction of multiplayer and a customisation patch. The game is currently available through Steam at a discounted price of $16.99 to celebrate the launch.

You can check out the launch trailer below for background on what exactly Sir, You Are Being Hunted is all about.

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Posted 10:49am 02/5/14
Titles Like This Is Why Capitalization Is Important.

Holy crap that took more effort than I thought it would to type.
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