Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards aims to further showcase the exploits of its interesting title character. RPGamer sees if the game successfully transitions the series from comic book to hack-and-slash RPG.
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Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards is making its debut this month. The action RPG will launch first on PC and Switch, with PS4 and Xbox One versions to follow.
Aluna is going from the pages of comics to television screens with her very own video game. Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards is scheduled to release in 2020.
Aluna wants her name to live in the annals of history for all time. Created due to the lack of Hispanic females in fiction, her adventure is transitioning from comics to a video game in 2020.
Aluna: Sentinel of the Shards is an action RPG starring comic book heroine Aluna. The game will let players embark on a quest in the New World when it launches on PC and consoles next year.
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