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Rustler: Stupid Gentlemen, Pop Culture, and "Monty Python" Humor

Rustler: Stupid Gentlemen, Pop Culture, and “Monty Python” Humor

If you mix “GTA” and “Middle Ages” and sprinkle a dash of “Monty Python” on top, you get “Rustler.” The PC game is now available on Steam in “Early Access”. The original title was “Grand Theft Horse” and these allusions to “GTA” run. True fans of the Middle Ages shouldn’t expect too long. Here humor takes precedence over historical correctness. And of course there are no cars either, but horses, holy hand grenades, and city guards sounding the alarm.

The game description says: Experience feudal injustice, witch hunts and take part in major tournaments. Meet brave but incredibly stupid knights. Complete a variety of crazy missions and quests … or ignore the conspiracy and bring chaos to towns and cities. “

The “Early Access” version is fully playable

For example, the player can perform crazy jobs on a stolen horse, fight guards, rob farmers, and bring heroes around the corner. An open-world action title wrapped up in old-school gameplay!

“The game is now fully playable, all major features have been implemented, major bugs have been fixed and performance has been improved. We estimate that it will take approximately 6 months to complete all the features and content that we will use in the final version of the Game.” writes Jutsu Games. So far, players have rated “Rustler” on Steam as “Balanced”.

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