Wii U Joins Strategy RPG Liege Campaign

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Indie RPG Liege has been confirmed for a Nintendo Wii U after reaching its Kickstarter stretch goal.

Inspired by classic strategy titles like Final Fantasy Tactics and Fire Emblem - easy to learn, difficult to master. The concept is being planned as a trilogy that spans a continuous story arc, with the first installment expected early 2014.

Battles are both tactical and turn-based, happening on the field without a transition  into a separate screen. Visually, Liege features gorgeous hand-drawn graphics and layered environments; the team's own take on the classic 16-bit look.

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29.07.2013 21:29


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