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Family Man, A Breaking Bad Inspired RPG

by Thelget

Family Man, the Breaking Bad inspired RPG from development studio Broken Bear Games, and publishing label No More Robots (Yes, Your Grace, Descenders, Hypnospace Outlaw), is finally coming to Steam on May 22 for $19.99 / £15.49.

About Family Man

Family Man is a first-person story-led RPG that asks the question: When pushed to the limits of your own morality, how far would you go for the sake of your family?

You owe money to the mob, and you’ve got 30 days to pay it back. Will you flip burgers and earn an honest living while scraping the money together… or will you take on some dirty jobs for more cash, but potentially push your family away?

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Every decision you make not only affects the neighborhood but directly affects your family. Your choices impact how your family sees you, and can lead to your household becoming stronger than ever… or the breakdown of your marriage and relationship with your son.

Features

  • Explore Riverport, and decide how to deal with each situation that arises
  • Earn cash the hard (legal) way, or break a few rules here or there
  • Every choice you make affects the neighborhood and your family
  • Dozens of missions to complete and stories to resolve
  • Unlock unique perks that suit your gameplay style
  • Multiple different endings based on the decisions you made
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Free Demo

To celebrate the impending launch, Family Man: Prologue has launched for free download today on Steam, giving players the first 30 minutes of Family Man as a taster.

More Information

More information about the Breaking Bad inspired game, Family Man, can be found at the official website. Check out the demo or wishlist the game now on Steam! Additionally, join the discussion on Discord.

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