Project RPG Remastered
|10 января 2017 г.
- OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 or 10
- Processor: 2.5 Ghz or faster processor (Intel) / 3.5 Ghz or faster processor (AMD)
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 1 GB RAM / Widescreen
- Storage: 1500 MB available space
- Sound Card: optional
- Additional Notes: These specifications might cause a slow loading time.
- OS: Windows Vista, 7, 8 or 10
- Processor: 3 Ghz or faster processor (Intel) / 4 Ghz or faster processor (AMD)
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: 1,5 GB RAM / Widescreen
- Storage: 1500 MB available space
- Sound Card: onboard
- Additional Notes: A Solid State Disk is recommended to speed up the loading time.
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You wake up and find you have no idea where you are. Worse, you barely remember anything about the recent past. The only thing you're holding on to is your son's voice, crying for you helplessly, and your wife screaming she loves you, but you can't recall what was happening during that time. Ahead of you is a dirt path, so you follow it. You walk right into a village. You look around and inquire if anyone can help you, but no one is interested in assisting unless you have copper to pay them in return. You go and talk to the ammunition dealer, and he makes you a deal. If you can complete a series of risky quests for him, he will pay you for them individually. Along with taking the time to collect copper, and maybe complete some daring quests, you set out on your journey to look for your wife and son.
How far are you willing to push yourself to regain your memories of what happened?
- multiple weapons to choose from
- free to roam map areas
- buying, selling and trading with villagers in the marketplace
- zombies! (a.k.a ghouls) - beware the outer walls of the village
- quest choices
- trading cards, badges, backgrounds, emoticons
There are even more exciting features in the game for you to discover! We are also interested to hear what the community would like to see implemented in future updates!More Info:
Project RPG is mainly an open world role-playing game, but it also consists of many different genres; horror, action, storytelling and mystery. We wanted to ensure the game has a little something for a wide variety of players. The quests, depending on how you choose to play the game, will vary from being guided with help to find your family, to being left to find out where to go on your own, to how much of the game you view before completion. There are many sites for you to explore, for example the ghoul-infested asylum. Also, the bonuses (weapons, unlocked doors, etc.) you receive after the quest, will be determined by the choice of quest and which villager assigned it.
Reviews about the game
This is the number one most embarassing thing I've ever seen on Steam. And I own 20 out of 21 Digital Homicide titles. And those are more competently made than this abomination. For crying out loud ... Some guy took Gameguru, a software toy that is not at all suited to commercial game development, or indeed meant to be used for anything but building ultra-basic game concepts and sharing them with friends, and decided he would try running the same scam DH did: copy and paste what amounts to little more than tutorial content and sell it on Steam. (Heck, there are tutorial levels included with Gameguru that is more content-rich than what you're getting here.) It's like the developer is playing some kind of horrible joke on the consumer: A suburban front door is used as a city gate! The same two buildings copied and pasted dozens of times! The same character models copied and pasted! Horrible animation! No dynamic shadows! The same dopey music they use in that medieval tutorial in Gameguru! An assault rifle with magazines lying around a medieval town! Stilted, broken writing! Super low framerate (and yet it looks awful)! There's nothing here to make you think this could be a RPG of any kind. And there is certainly no indication that this will ever be a real game. Read the Gameguru store page. Making commercial games is not what it is for. (Note, I've seen another user try and push a copy and pasted tutorial map through Greenlight, though I don't believe he succeeded.) As if Unity hasn't done enough damage to the reputation of the indie development scene, now things like this come along, ready to be abused by a plethora of greedy nitwits. I'll be reporting this "game" via the store page. You decide for yourself if you want to do the same.
I searched on Google "Ugly steam backgrounds" and found this game :D
Don't listen to anyone who says that this is a good game. This game is a mish mash of several demos from the Game Guru software (I own the software and have messed around with the demos, so I know this for a fact). How this is permitted to be available on Steam for purchase is beyond me. Even at such a low price, it's a ripoff. You can just buy the Game Guru software and play the demos seperately. There's not much else added into this "Early Access" title. What you should really do is invest a cool, crisp 10.99 dollar bill in Corona Motorsport, the revolutionary racing game constructed from the ground up by a mad genius young man known as Lucas Game. You will see no reused assets from Game Guru or 10 fps sound zones that repeat the same line. You will encounter holes upon holes, and wonderful varying weather patterns all to test if there is something fundamentally wrong with your computer. Please do not buy this game, but purchase Corona Motorsport instead. You'll have a better time. Tell 'em Sneeze sent ya. Good luck and have fun, really looking forward to overwatch on the 24th so I can stop purchasing these bags of garbage from nobody developers who want to earn a quick buck. I can just got to Wendy's and get something from the value menu, which I will be doing in a couple of hours, FYI. Goodnight and have a great week. Tell 'em Game Guru sent ya.
If you enjoy games like The Witcher 3, Skyrim or God of War this game is perfect for you. The negative reviews come from people with bad hardware. Even i am barely able to get 4k/65 fps with ray tracing on with my 2080 Ti. You have to deal with performance issues in a massive open world rpg with top tier graphics like this one. The orchestral soundtrack is a blast. I love it. My favourite song is slightly artistic. I heard that the story takes forever to complete and that it can be pretty demanding gameplay wise with the puzzles and all of that. But it's definitely worth it. Just buy this game. You don't want to miss out on this one. Trust me.
This game is utter shit. First of all, there is no options in main menu, so you have to change your preferences in-game. Also, there are no RPG elemental for typical tools as map, inventory or other things. The story is about you waking up outside a mexican look-alike town, and you are trying to find your wife and child(ren?). The idea behind it is maybe accepting, but for getting inside, you've to find a key to open. Really, why? Are the inhabitants afraid of foreigners like you? Funny thing is, the inhabitants look exactly the same, either barbarians from generic RPG game or half-cute female ninjas. What's the concept behind the RPG game, you might think? Well, consider the anime show GATE, where medieval meets modern warfare. Well, that's just about it. The quest system is retarded as the voice acting is in Guise Of The Wolf, almost worse. Why? Because there's no voice acting at all in this game, you've to read what's happening so it might happen you miss you've a quest to complete. In other words, to do things, you MUST COMPLETE RETARDED quests such as "find my bow and I'll let you through". Any good about the game. Well, I found a sniper rifle and killed all of the inhabitants, they deserved it for living in a horribly made game by any producer "using RPG maker". Really, if you want to play at least decent RPG game, do yourself a favor and play Dragon Age, Fallout New Vegas or The Witcher series. This game is shit tier work.
Project RPG ... "Without the RPG". There is no leveling or upgrading skills. The only thing I can see are stock gameguru maps and enemies. There are some notes about a story, but the game just resets after a while. So I guess there is no real ending or story. Missed the ball on this project dear dev, on to the next project.