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The Revenant Prince Developer Commentary Trailer

The Revenant Prince

Nomina Games have released a new developer commentary trailer for their upcoming retro-inspired RPG, The Revenant Prince.

Players control Troy; a hero that recently died, but was resurrected by an unknown force that has granted him the ability to manipulate time. Troy must use his new powers to stop the forces of evil that threaten his world. Combat takes place in real-time, with the ability to freeze time. Players can also choose to execute or spare enemies, which will play into the game’s multiple endings.

You can find the developer commentary trailer below.

You can find a rundown of the game (via Steam) below:


LIFE IS BUT A DREAM…
Destiny had other plans for Troy after he met with his untimely demise. After all, he’s got a world to save! Join him in a bizarre yet uncanny adventure into the unknown as he is guided by a disembodied voice to rid the world of death and all things evil once and for all! Dive deep into this colorful yet vividly strange world filled with oddities and strange individuals alike as you piece together the reality behind your newfound powers and purpose! Although be warned, this journey is not for the faint of heart.

Game Features

A VIBRANT WORLD
Traverse the vibrant world in search of your lost past. Explore unknown paths that may lead to surprises both good and bad. The world is vast and full of strange mysteries.

MADNESS OR MERCY
Kill or show mercy, the choice is yours. Your enemies talk to you as the battle goes on. Showing mercy may affect the overall outcome of the story. Battles happen in real time so be sure to react quickly!

POWER UNLEASHED
Unleash your godlike self and freeze time to obliterate any who stand in your way.

STRANGE CHARACTERS
Get to know a cast of quirky yet strange individuals that you will meet on your adventures… And hope that nothing bad ever happens to them.

DO OR DIE
Steel yourself with an arsenal of weapons and magic to prepare yourself for the unforgiving journey ahead.


The Revenant Prince releases in 2020 for Windows PC via Steam.

Image: Steam

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