A 1920's RPG With Four-Player Co-Op? Yes, Please.

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As the current series hurtles towards an inevitably violent conclusion, I'm in 100% Boardwalk Empire fanboy mode at the moment. So there couldn't have been a better time for me to come across Witchmarsh, a game set in the 1920's and featuring bootleggers, speakeasys and...the occult.

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An RPG with action and platforming flourishes, it'll feature four-player co-op (there will be 12 character classes to choose from), and will be hitting Kickstarter early next year. Can't wait.

Witchmarsh[Site, via Indiestatik]

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Is there a term for this style yet?

It's not retro, I don't think it using easily visible pixels and sprites make it retro, but this kind of, elongated pixel style seems to popping up a bit.