Samurai Riot Gets its First Major Update and a Linux Port
Wako Factory announced that their cooperative Beat’em Up Samurai Riot, received its first major update while opening up to Linux gamers on Steam!
Released on Steam last month, Samurai Riot is now ready to welcome Linux users for hours of couch gaming fun!
In addition to this Linux port, the French independent developer Wako Factory also announced that cloud saving is now totally functional for the game on Steam.
Check out the story trailer of Samurai Riot, showcasing the games’ features:
“The update also delivers major improvements to the game: during the last month, the Wako team worked closely with players to improve gameplay, hunt down and remove some issues from the launch and add fixes regarding reproducible bugs reported by the community.
Samurai Riot launched on Steam on September 13 and is currently 20% off during the Steam Halloween sales!
About Samurai Riot
Samurai Riot is an addictive 2D side scrolling beat’em up inspired by the 90’s classics, with original co-op features and a multy-banching storyline leading to 8 different endings.
Take on the role of Sukane, an enigmatic Ninja fighting with Azu the fox, who transforms himself into weapons; or Tsurumaru, a loyal samurai with a katana and a bunch of grenades, and set off on an adventure in a hand-painted 2D universe immersed in Japanese mythology.
About Wako Factory
Wako Factory was established in 2014, and became an official Indie Game Studio in early 2015, based in Nantes (France). Besides being videogame professionals working within the industry for many years, we’ve been friends since childhood for some, and we share the same passion for cooperative and arcade games. With Samurai Riot, we intend to renew the cooperative arcade genre while adding an engaging experience with great replay value!”
For more information on Samurai Riot, visit its Steam page.