Local Australian indie developer Vagabond Dog and publisher Devolver Digitial have today announced the release of Always Sometimes Monsters, a new story-driven RPG that takes a look at life, love, and the lengths that we will go to find happiness in both.
Players will assume the role of a down-and-out character on the verge of collapse after learning the love of their life is set to marry someone else. Selecting from characters of different gender, race and sexual orientation players will encounter a world that reacts uniquely to who they are as they live through common experiences and unique hardships.
“Always Sometimes Monsters is an expression of our common struggle to exact choice in a reality where circumstance does not always provide us with the opportunity to do so. It is an experience heavily influenced by our personal journeys in life and the multitude of people whose roads have crossed ours,” said Justin Amirkhani from developer Vagabond Dog. “Our hope is that in playing the game you come to question what defines the decisions you make, not just in games but in life as well."
The game is now available directly through GoG.com, Steam
, with a 10% discount celebrating the launch of the game. You can check out the launch trailer below.