Anito: Defend A Land Enraged

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Adventure

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by Rainier on Dec. 24, 2003 @ 4:48 p.m. PST

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RPG gamers will enjoy Anito's story-based gameplay, with quests, side quests, and puzzles to challenge the brain. Plus, Anito contains two storylines that have unique main and side quests.

Adventure and action gamers will love Anito's real-time strategic combat system. Choose the best way to defeat your enemy - you can use different types of attacks, switch from melee and ranged weapons instantly, and combine powerful chakra skills together. Plus, Asian monsters like the tikbalang and the muwa make their first video game appearance!

A New Setting for RPGs

Anito is also unique compared to the other RPGs in the international market because of its Ethnic Asian theme. The story is set in 16th century Asia during the Age of Conquest. You play either Maya or Agila, two siblings whose father Datu Maktan has gone missing. The story unfolds as the land is on the verge of war between the Senastille colonizers and the local rebels.

Gamers all around the world will enjoy Anito because of its exotic locations, gripping politically-driven plot, addictive gameplay, rich high-quality graphics, and offbeat sense of humor. Meanwhile, Asians will enjoy in-game references to ethnic culture (with some weapons, items, and character names unique to the Southeast Asian region).

Where to buy Anito

Anito: Defend A Land Enraged is available in all Datablitz, Netopia, and Neutral Grounds outlets in the Philippines, and for international buyers, you can also order online through http://www.aninoentertainment.com. Available for only USD $20 dollars! Order now!


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