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Warriors of Vilvatikta
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Warriors of Vilvatikta

Warriors of Vilvatikta

Adventure, Indie, RPG
Warriors of Vilvatikta is an epic RPG inspired by real Indonesian history.
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Warriors of Vilvatikta is an epic RPG inspired by real Indonesian history.
buy 1.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date26 августа 2016 г.
DevelopersRPG Video
PublishersBack To Basics Gaming
OSWindows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
English
Spanish
Italian
German
Russian
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsSteam Trading CardsPartial Controller Support

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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/8/10
  • Processor: 1.5Ghz or better
  • Memory: 128 MB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 9.0 Compatible
  • Storage: 483 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 Compatible Sound

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Warriors of Vilvatikta is an epic RPG inspired by real Indonesian history.

About the game

The Kingdom of Singhasari was previously a small kingdom centred in east Java. It has now risen to be a great empire, led by an ambitious king named Kertanegara. His dream is to unite the whole archipelago of Nusantara.

Kamandanu a humble blacksmith, who provides weapons for the king Kertanegara's empire is cast out by his family. Disgraced and alone, Kamandanu embarks on a journey to find and train with his uncle.

Warriors of Vilvatikta - Features:
  • Time-proven, traditional turn based battle system.
  • At least 20 Hours of Gameplay.
  • Travel across the beautiful, vibrant and detailed world of Vivatikta.
  • Embark on an epic quest inspired directly by Indonesian history.
  • Mini Games - complete mini games to unlock secret skills.
  • An all new animated Menu System.
  • Custom Abilities and strategic battles.
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Warriors of Vilvatikta28.08.2016

Disappointingly, just another badly edited RPG-maker game. I had such high hope for it. + Somewhat original setting + Custom sprite with less-usual style + Custom ethnic music, though interspersed with standard RPG maker music. + Cost less than chewing gum. - Standard RPG maker gameplay without much twist - So badly need an editor I want to cry. Seriously, discounting the obviously non-native english, author, dev, writer, I want to ask you something. Have you ever played any commercial, professional games, or read any commercial, professional fiction, that uses multiple exclamation marks (!!!) in every other sentence? Why is one exclamation mark is not enough? No, seriously why? It makes this game looks less like commercial, professionally-made game and more like some fanfiction script made by a 13 years old. Even if you ignore the awkward english, this, and the typos, are independent of someone's mastery of language. And then the awkward writing... I know that the writer is not native speaker, we should commend multilangual people. But someone who can speak a language doesn't mean they can write or translate. I know this, because I work in translation business (not actually as translator or editor though). Native speakers of multiple language is not always good at translating either language, and an english major graduate don't always mean they're good at translating english. That's why translator, editor, and writer, is a job. Mind, I'm not saying the game has bad story. The good-ness of a story is independent of how well it's written. You can have a good story that's badly written. Especially since this is an RPG that heavily depend on the writing. Bad writing is easier to swept aside in an action game or puzzle game. Not in an RPG. You see, the problem is, this is a commercial product. You're selling them. That's why it's held in different standard than something you make in your leisure for your friends. Imagine cooking. If you're cooking for you and your family, eventhough it's too salty, or charred, everyone will just laugh and enjoy it, and still thank you for it. But if you're selling your food to people, you're open to criticism. People are allowed to grumble or complain when your food is too salty or burned. Summary: If you want this to feel like a professional work and not just hackjob, please find someone who can write in english and edit the script from ground up. Or not, it's your life, I can't tell you what to do with your life. I'm just sad that a potentially good game like this is so held up with bad editing and writing.

Ethnic Vole
Ethnic Vole
I don't recommend
Warriors of Vilvatikta30.08.2016

[i]“How do you know Father, Uncle?”[/i] Sorry I had to start the review with a quote from the game much like another review I saw. I picked up the game on sale for £0.47, so I’ll be writing the review with the price I paid in mind. [h1] Intro [/h1] I’ll start by addressing the elephant in the room, the localisation. It’s just hilarious bad. It’s so bad in fact, I enjoy it. It reminds me of playing Shenmue on the Dreamcast for the first time and hearing that voice acting, you can’t help but find it funny. Damn near every line I read in this game has some error in it. Despite that, I actually think it adds a lot of charm to the game, if the game were as straight as I think the story is trying to be, I don’t know if it would have maintained my interest. However, because of the hilarious localisation I’m actually enjoying going around and talking to people just to hear what butchered English line they’ll come up with next. [h1]Gameplay[/h1] The gameplay is pretty standard turn-based RPG stuff, I do however think the game is poorly balanced. It’s no real challenge at all. I just don’t understand the ‘Special’ command which allows you to do a ridiculous amount of attacks back to back and there’s absolutely no trade off. I can just repeatedly do it. Normally there would be a cost like TP or MP but nope. So I just destroy everything I’ve encountered (in the first 3 hours of the game) in one turn. I think if they want the game to provide a bit of a challenge then they need to revisit this, even if they remove the pressing ‘Q’ button to stack your moves allowing me to do multiple ‘Triple Attacks’. Another weird thing that stuck out to me was to do with the characters that join you, they all join at level 1 (well the 3 I’ve gotten so far) and for some reason they’re stronger than your main character in HP and some other stats. I think it would be better if the characters joined at a level that matched their stats, so if they’re joining the party and are intended to be strong than the main character then my main character could be level 10 but the new character that joins level 14 opposed to level 1, like what it currently is. I’d just like to make a comment about the movement as well, it’s so nice to play an RPG Maker game where I don’t feel as though I’m moving on a bloody grid. The movement actually feels a lot more fluid, which is good. There are also some minigames featured, I’ve only played a chicken collecting one where they give you 2 minutes to click on all the chickens. It’s certainly nothing special. The world map looks pretty nice and reminds me a bit of an old RPG from the PS1 era called Shadow Madness. My only criticism would be that you have to walk into the pointing fingers to navigate opposed to just walk to the edge of the map. [h1]Art[/h1] Onto the art. I don’t know if the art assets in the game are stock assets or not but they don’t look familiar. I actually quite like the art style and presentation. I enjoy seeing some of the environments in the foreground like trees blowing in the wind. It certainly doesn’t look like your standard RPG Maker game, which for me sets it apart straight away. [h1]Music[/h1] In regards to music I’ve only heard a bit of it, the tribal stuff sounds unique but I know some stock RPG Maker music is used throughout the game as well. I’ve mostly played the game whilst listening to something else though so can’t really comment too much. [h1] Conclusion [/h1] All in all, I’d like to recommend this game, why? Well it cost me £0.47 and I’ve gotten 3 hours out of it but most importantly I’ve actually enjoyed playing it. I don’t think the story so far is anything to write home about and the combat is un-balanced but I’m actually having fun playing it. The localisation for me is worth anyone giving it a go, it’s SO funny! If you’re a turn-based RPG fan who is just in the mood for something a bit silly, due to the localisation I would definitely pick this game up and just give it a go.

Useful Crocodile
Useful Crocodile
I recommend
Warriors of Vilvatikta08.04.2017

This game had high hope, but yet, like most other RPG maker games, did not fall through. It's really disapointing, refunding my $0.25 I spent. + Unique Culture + Unique Characters and Sprits + Very nice music + Traslated well - The begining of the game is very difficult with the turn based combat, faceing 3-5 foes at once at the start of the game. - Chunky animations - Ehh

Empty Cobra
Empty Cobra
I don't recommend
Warriors of Vilvatikta13.07.2017

Worst ten cents I ever spent. This is coming from a guy who buys random shit all the time. Not even worth the four cent trading cards. The lense flare moved with you, the trees were spazing out and i kept bumping into things

Continued Toad
Continued Toad
I don't recommend
Warriors of Vilvatikta22.09.2016

One of the rare RPGs, that is so generous with items drop after battles. that may kill you on your first encounter leaving home, meeting three bats, casting blindness on you, and slowly bleed you out. that doesn't makes you enter random npc's house and loot their chests and cupboards. that offers you the always appearing Triple Attack skill without a mp cost, perhaps enjoy it while it last. thats rather unpolished. Many minor bugs on items, skills, party ... inconsistency in balancing, some skills does pathetic damage, every team member possess all skills and magic regardless of class, invisible weapon loots, wolves and above encounters damage more than gods, ... If you played some other similar RPGs, you will find many of the same items/skills appearing. Lead is always in fast pace walking, but battle sequence is really quick in this game, you could just ended a battle, take one or two steps, another begins. Have the patience to grind up levels, before proceeding makes the journey easier. Farm the green bats and get wealthy to purchase the top inventories becomes quite unbeatable. Ending seems sudden and kinda rush. Playable for a budget price.

Fundamental Sheep
Fundamental Sheep
I recommend
Warriors of Vilvatikta09.04.2017

This game is an interesting RPG set in Java. It appears to take place during the fall of the Singhasari Empire and the rise of the Majapahit Empire, and is semi-legendary. Note this time period includes a revolt, an invasion by the Mongols, the death of the usurper, and a lot of backstabbing. (But then, would you really like to keep the Mongols around?) I did acquire this game on a coupon, but I think it is worth it for the regular price. I mean, it isn't that bad considering some of the attempts out there...

Worrying Bird
Worrying Bird
I recommend
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