Unconventional RPG set in ancient India, uprising, famine and play as a 'nomal citizen'
10.06.2013 @ 13:24 #1
See this Considering Cyberpunk 2077 is going to be on a similar lines, no 'hero save the world' usual thing (and crap in most cases) this should be interesting.
10.06.2013 @ 13:41 #2
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I shall fear no evil—for I am the meanest daughter of a bitch in the valley.
10.06.2013 @ 13:51 #3
Actually one of my favorite play throughs of Empire Total War I completely eradicated Islam and made the entire Islamic world Hindu. How's that for alternate history!?
10.06.2013 @ 14:26 #4
Interesting! I sure hope we don't get watered down story just because people might get offended.
10.06.2013 @ 14:45 #5
That's the bloody problem here, hypocrites, ignorants, extremists and politicians. -__-
Heck Fallout 3/LV are banned just because of some mutated cows in the games as cows are sacred to hindus. (I'm born hindu but love them, for eating that is lol)
Otherwise this can be something new for most others, and a bit of joy for gamers here.
10.06.2013 @ 15:31 #6
*Do not add extra DRM to your game. Support Linux Gaming!*
PC does not equal Windows. PC games should be available for all major platforms. Utilize standard, cross-platform technologies!
10.06.2013 @ 15:42 #7
Looks like an interesting game there. I have always wanted more diverse RPGs from different eras and environments. There is so much to choose from, yet what we are almost always given is medieval fantasy.
10.06.2013 @ 18:55 #11
The only difference in terms of food is vegeterians vs. meat eaters.
In fact I remember there was another witcher fan in the forums here (to my shame we were the only two from the 2 second most populated country roughly 17%) and thought of translating the game into hindi when those turkish fans did it. But sadly 2 people is rather dam tough, and I don't know if he is around anymore.
10.06.2013 @ 21:12 #13
Have also heard India is heaven for vegetarians. A girl I know had been there for 6 months or something, and was all starry-eyed when she talked about it.
10.06.2013 @ 21:30 #14
yeah it's a heaven for both actually, indian cooked chicken is the best in the world, I bet you on that
11.06.2013 @ 00:07 #16
Doomed are those who take lunacy for prophecy, and carcasses for holy arses.
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14.06.2013 @ 21:46 #17