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Winter Voices

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Role-Playing
Developer: Beyond the Pillars
Release Date: Fall 2010

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'Winter Voices' - 9 New Screens

by Rainier on Sept. 30, 2010 @ 2:54 a.m. PDT

Winter Voices is a drawn RPG game that takes the player on a long journey to find answers; you come across situations that you have to overcome - anger, sadness, pain and fear, until finally unveiling what is whispered by the voices of Winter.

A small village buried in snow, lost in the northern regions of the Kingdom of the Three-River Principality. A sudden death, a hostile home, new sensory capacities rising like a storm, and the departure towards the unknown. Escape is the only way out, besides death itself... The orphan heroine is forced to leave her father's village by the voices of her unconscious. Through a long journey in search for answers in her past and present, she will have to overcome anger, sadness, pain and fear, and discover eventually what the Voices of Winter have to say to her.
It's your turn to live the experience.

Frazer Nash from Frazer Nash Communications said, “This is a great time to be involved with this young indie team, they have a strong desire to grow rapidly over the next few years, they currently have 20 employees with 1 main project ‐ The RPG Winter Voices and a soon to be announced second new title. This is a company that wants to create their own future and I’m more than pleased to help this happen”

Guy Levi Bochi Beyond the Pillars CEO “ it’s key for us to be present on the US and UK press and we are convinced that Frazer Nash with his unique mix of enthusiasm and great professionalism is the right PR professional to help us in the next months to get press coverage and gamers interest for Winter Voices”



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