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Rogue, a leading publisher of "bats*** insane" video games, announced two fast-paced, first-person shooters for console and PC as part of Realms Deep 2021, a digital event hosted by 3D Realms and Friends filled with world premieres, special guests, and more. The two games include SPRAWL, a twitch-paced retro-FPS heavily inspired by eastern cyberpunk such as 1995's Ghost in the Shell, and NEON BEASTS

Rogue Games has raised $2.5 million to publish “batsh*t insane” indie games for the PC, consoles, and mobile devices. The company will use the money from Riva Technology and Entertainment to grow its team and sign new indie and licensed games, and it will build out its publishing platform for PC, console, and mobile games, said Rogue Games CEO Matt Casamassina, in an interview with GamesBeat

Rogue Games is announcing that Reggie Fils-Aimé, the former (and beloved) president of Nintendo of America, is joining the indie game publisher as a strategic adviser. The Los Angeles-based company publishes mobile and PC games from small or mid-size indie game developers, but it is moving into the console market, and that’s why it needs advice from an expert like Fils-Aimé, who retired from Nintendo after 15 years

Rogue Games, Inc., a leading digital games publisher, today announced the appointment of Jack Tretton, former President and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America, to the role of strategic advisor as Rogue Games continues to expand its games publishing business to next-generation consoles arriving later this year. Jack brings his experience at Sony, where he led the PlayStation business for two decades

Rogue Games has launched five new games soon for the Google Play Pass mobile game subscription service. The games are Outsider, The Arcade, Bright Paw, Olo Loco, and Super Glitch Dash. They’re the first titles by Rogue to debut on the new Google service, which curates a collection of games and apps for Android players. And it comes after Rogue launched other titles for the competing Apple Arcade service. Matt Casamassina, chief executive officer at Los Angeles-based Rogue Games, said in an

Rogue Games has raised $2 million in funding to expand its business of publishing indie games across a variety of platforms. Runa Capital led the round for Los Angeles-based Rogue Games, with participation from Mighty Capital and existing investors Including Grishin Robotics and others. Liquid 2 Ventures (NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana & Michael Ma), and Ronnie Lott (another NFL Hall of Fame member) also joined the round as new investors. In an email, Rogue said the company has