Ash of Gods: visual novel and tactical RPG

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  1. Necrozaurus

    Necrozaurus New Member

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    During the last 2 weeks our trailer on YouTube was watched more than 25 000 times, over a hundred media from all over the wolrd wrote about the game, and you can find the first let's plays and previews on YouTube and Twitch.

    The most important one so far is probably the IGN one (it being one the biggest and oldest media dedicated to videogames).

    Have you read it already?

    http://www.ign.com/articles/2018/02...nner-saga-mixed-with-a-classic-adventure-game
     
  2. Necrozaurus

    Necrozaurus New Member

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    A new developer diary, number seven, is already available on our website.

    What is unusual, this time it was written not by Nicholay, but by Ivan Bobenko, our game designer, who mainly deals with the combat system of the game.

    Combat system is the focus of his diary: balance, mechanics, unique aspects of the characters.

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    He would be happy to answer your questions.

    https://ashofgods.com/news/developer…y/dev-diary-7/
     
  3. Rize of the Summonds

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    Is this game released yet? Just curious because you can take my money! Been following this project for about 1-2 years now. Outstanding!
     

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