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Indie CRPG News: Sword and Telepath Drox Servants of an Underworld Golden Operative

Posted by Rampant Coyote on November 10, 2011

Okay, I’ve been working 12-15 hour days at The Day Job this week, so pardon me if I’m getting a little punchy and goofy on the article titles.

First off, the demo / preview of Telepath RPG: Servants of God has been updated. And it’s still available for pre-order with beta access. The new version has a bunch o’ new features and a lot fewer bugs.

Steven Peeler has some additional information about his upcoming RPG, Drox Operative. The latest updates discuss crew considerations and more on ship components.

Sword & Sorcery: Underworld Gold continues it’s massive overhaul. Now there’s a video. I try not to be a graphics snob (those who live in glass houses and all that), but dang if the new version doesn’t look much more inviting…

Great stuff!

I just need time to play! When hell week is done, I’m sorry Bethesda, but as much as I want to play Skyrim I think I’m going to be playing some Telepath RPG and doing work on Frayed Knights (both on an update to the original, and for the sequel). I’ll get around to Skyrim eventually.

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  • Xenovore said,

    Skyrim: Yeah, looks really nice and supposedly has some pretty cool game-play. But $60 is rather off-putting — I doubt it’s actually worth that much. I’ll wait until it goes on sale for 50% off.

    Think I might give Avencast a try.

  • Demiath said,

    I’ve recently pre-ordered Telepath (which I first learnt about from this blog several years ago), and will definitely get the Gold edition of S&S when it gets released.

    As for Skyrim, I’m not a big fan of Elder Scrolls in general but if there’s any new game that actually *is* worth the standard 60 bucks TES5 would be a good candidate due to its almost unbelievable amount of in-game content. From what little I’ve played so far the game has its fair share of TES-specific quirks, but also comes a lot closer to being that awesome open world adventure I’ve always wanted this frequently lackluster, curiously popular RPG series to be all about.