Gamers looking to create epidemics, mistreat patients, create incurable viruses, and deconstruct the human immune system can do so right now with Bio Inc.: Redemption, the medial malpractice simulator from French-Canadian developers DryGin Studios.
Bio Inc.: Redemption is currently available over on the Steam store for $12.99. The press release indicates that the game is available for $14.99, but if the Steam store is saying $12.99, who’s going to complain to DryGin Studious about the $2 pricing discrepancy?
The game features the ability to choose your side… working either to destroy the human genome or strengthen it by finding cures. You’ll be able to utilize a number of different ways to unlock abilities to completely break down and destroy a patient’s immune system by developing auto-immune diseases, high-mortality viruses, and helping sexually transmitted diseases turn fatal.
Yes, instead of having a Ph.D to uphold the Hippocratic Oath, you’ll be practicing in the art of utilizing a Ph.D in Douchinomics.
Alternatively, you can take the side of a savior; a doctor fighting to save the lives of patients in desperate need of your medical expertise.
The strategy game will see you attempting to unlock skills to help patients battle against diseases and ailments in an attempt to keep the flesh suit alive.
What’s fascinating is that DryGin has been monitoring the routes that players have taken with Bio Inc.: Redemption, and J-F Mitchell, the president of DryGin Studios, commented in the press release that the split was nearly even during the game’s Early Access run…
“The Early Access data has shown an even split of players fighting for death and life in the campaign,”
“With the launch of multiplayer versus, we are excited to see the outcome of theses head-to-head battles and know which side will stand.”
If you’re interested in the strategy game, you can take on the 18 different medical (mal)practice cases and attempt to live on infamy or become a legendary life-saving doctor.
You can learn more about Bio Inc.: Redemption by visiting the Steam store page.
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