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RPG | Setting:Sci-Fi | Status:Final  (rel 2015)  | Pub:Double Damage
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Rebel Galaxy

Rebel Galaxy is a sci-fi sandbox adventure game with RPG elements. The developers call it a "swashbuckling space adventure" and emphasize the edge of space, rebel quality to the game, drawing inspiration from such things as the TV series Firefly and space operas. The game isn't just a sandbox, not a strategy game, and not just a shooter it's a blend of genres that lets you choose how you wish to play. Will you be a pirate? Will you salvage and trade? As hinted at in the title, rebellion in some form is encouraged in this universe, which will let players buy and fly seasoned ships, meet many new characters, and make decisions that impact the procedurally generated world they're in.

  • Be a Space Rebel | Part adventure, part RPG, part space opera. You get to decide how you will play this sandbox game, but swashbuckling, roguishness, and exploration encouraged.
  • Explore the Galaxy, Make it Work for You | Rebel Galaxy sets you in your own procedurally generated sandbox game, letting your explore as you wish, set up trade, steal, and even meet all sorts of characters and make decisions that will have a real impact on you and your entire experience.
  • Get Talking | Rebel Galaxy's RPG style elements encourage conversations with NPCs you meet all over the galaxy, and maybe even as you plan to double cross them. You can develop relationships with in-game factions, further impacting play. Whether you're a pirate, trader, or simple snarky space cowboy, you can choose how to approach the game's story and characters.
Rebel Galaxy - General Discussion Posted by Bluddwolf on October 21, 2015 @ 7:22PM
Action-styled Eve? Posted by savedr on February 2, 2015 @ 6:52AM

XBox One Launch Day Arrives in NA and EU

XBox One Launch Day Arrives in NA and EU - Rebel Galaxy News

Double Damage Games has announced that is space-faring RPG Rebel Galaxy will be available on XBox One beginning Friday, January 15th. Rebel Galaxy launched on PC and PlayStation 4 earlier in 2015.

Posted Jan 13, 2016 by Suzie Ford

Launch Day Arrives for PC & Mac

Launch Day Arrives for PC & Mac - Rebel Galaxy News

Fans of space-themed RPGs will be happy to hear that Rebel Galaxy has launched for both PC and Mac and is available from Steam and Rebel Galaxy was created by two of the original creators of Torchlight, Travis Baldree and Erich Schaefer.

Posted Oct 20, 2015 by Suzie Ford

A Duo’s Opus, But Not for Everyone

A Duo’s Opus, But Not for Everyone - Rebel Galaxy News

When we first heard about Rebel Galaxy, from Torchlight creators Erich Schaefer and Travis Baldree at their new studio Double Damage, we were floored. How could we not be excited about a procedural space-faring single-player RPG adventure with a full economy, factional warfare system storyline, and endless replayability? Turns out, our hunch was right and Rebel Galaxy is one hell of a game. But it won't be for everyone. Read on for our review.

Posted Oct 20, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Cross-Platform Title to Blast Off on PC on October 20th

Cross-Platform Title to Blast Off on PC on October 20th - Rebel Galaxy News

Double Damage Games has announced that Rebel Galaxy will be blasting off to PC on October 21st with the PlayStation 4, Mac and XBox One versions to come at a later date.

Posted Sep 16, 2015 by Suzie Ford

Yippee Ki Ay in Outer Space

Yippee Ki Ay in Outer Space - Rebel Galaxy News

When the world first heard about Double Damage Games founded by former Torchlight and Diablo series veterans Travis Baldree and Erich Schaefer, the safe bet was that they would be hard at work on another demon-infested universe straight out of the action RPG genre. All that can be said is "boy were we all wrong".

Posted May 19, 2015 by Suzie Ford
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