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"New" Kickstarter project: Black Geyser

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Timotheus    94

Droppig by to give you guys a heads-up about an upcoming game:

A good friend of mine bugged me with this: Black Geyser "An isometric, party-based, real-time with pause RPG in a world infested by greed and envy. Coming to PC, Mac & Linux on GOG and Steam."

I find this to have an interesting concept with the way greed is supposedly influencing your game world. The game looks pretty neat as well, it does seem like they've implemented a lot of the engine and functionality before diving into the whole Kickstarter-business. As of last week we've both backed the game with Early Bird support (promising a free game key) with additional funds to get any future expansions/DLC. Take a look and see if it's something you want to keep your eye on :) 

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gogoblender    1,608

the last words on the trailer were pretty chilling exciting... this arpg lets use play as super evil and pulling darkness over the land?

Cool to play this bad siders!

:)

 

gogo

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gogoblender    1,608

I found the gameplay intro  trailer here on Youtube as well:

 

 

 

:)

 

gogo

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Timotheus    94

That's pretty much the thing, there does not see to be perfect right or wrong. 

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When one door closes, another opens—chaos has its advantages and disadvantanges. You can become influential and powerful regardless of the path you choose. No path is inferior or superior to the others. Being extremely greedy will lead the kingdom into much greater chaos by the game's final chapters, allowing you to fish in troubled waters or become a ruthless tyrant in the eyes of the people. Being generous, on the other hand, will bring you different types of challenges and allies while you strive to become powerful enough to openly defy a dark goddess. The choice is yours—and so are the consequences.

Being greedy or generous isn't the same as being good or evil in the Kingdom of Isilmerald. Sometimes these moral concepts will overlap in extreme situations, but greed isn't necessarily evil, and you can be evil without being greedy.

Some more history here

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