Rolling Stone’s Aron Garst recently got his hands on City of Brass, the Arabian Nights-inspired, first-person rogue-lite adventure from BioShock veterans at Uppercut Games.

The direction is impressive right from the start, visuals look like a quirkier Sea of Thieves and it’s combat feels like a slightly better version of Skyrim. The developers wanted to strike a balance between emulating Indiana Jones and Bioshock and they hit that target spot on. Enemies have a similar to structure to different humanoid opponents in Bioshock and when combined with the first person perspective it felt like you were in Rapture’s sister city.

Venture into an accursed mythological metropolis as a thief in search of fabled treasure. Armed with a versatile bullwhip and trusty blade, lash-and-slash through an army of the undead while looting relics and other riches contained within the city’s labyrinthine walls.

City of Brass will be playable this week at PAX East 2018, at booth #13121, and is slated for release on May 4th on PS4, Xbox One, and Steam.