Restore order to Ravinale in the upcoming Telepath RPG: Servants of God
While political or religious imprisonment is something (thankfully) most of us will never have to deal with, those ideas are brought to life in the upcoming Japanese-style strategy/role-playing game Telepath RPG: Servants of God. After your family is taken prisoner by a new regime, the religious group Cult of Yawah, which has overthrown the existing government of your homeland, you’ll be recruited into the cult’s ranks as a tactician. The ultimate goal in Telepath RPG: Servants of God will be to restore democracy and order Ravinale, the small city-state in the desert.
The game’s setting combines Middle Eastern culture with a steampunk fantasy flair. Gameplay is turn-based combat, like that seen in popular games like Final Fantasy Tactics, and is presented from an overhead perspective. Your troops will be able to utilize dozens of different abilities, in both the psychic and physical categories, bringing in both a touch of magic and traditional combat to the game, as you’ll be able to manipulate your enemies in more ways than one.
You’ll complete various quests on a tree, with different quests and their outcomes having varying effects on the ending. Bringing in a real moral element, the choices that you make throughout the game will affect your experience later on. These quests will introduce various characters to your story, as you investigate dozens of locations on an overall world map, and can explore many of these locations freely.
Telepath RPG will launch on February 14 for PC, Mac and Linux, so be sure to follow the game on Gamezebo so you’ll be the first to know when you can jump into this tale of religious and political intrigue.