R-Naught


R-Naught is in the style of an old-school JRPG with turn-based battles, level up mechanics, and skills systems that will feel familiar. Set in a dystopian sci-fi / horror future with an ambitious storyline and memorable characters.

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was R-Naught released?

R-Naught was released on 24 Nov, 2021

Who was the developer that made R-Naught?

Jirapher were the developers that made R-Naught

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