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Old Aug 20, 2019, 11:58 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by xCLAVEx View Post
If it's anything like the first one, yes. And the Everspace games are different in that you progress by dying. Yep, you level up by dying. Sounds weird, but it works.
While that is true for the first game, I don't think the second game is going for the rogue-lite game play this time like the first game.. They are going for the open world, space trading, space mercenary, exploration, with RPG elements game this time around.
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