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Seven: The Days Long Gone

Platform(s): PC
Genre: RPG/Action
Publisher: IMGN.PRO
Developer: Fool's Theory
Release Date: Dec. 1, 2017

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'Seven: The Days Long Gone' Demo Available, Steam/GOG Sale

by Rainier on Jan. 22, 2018 @ 9:05 a.m. PST

Seven is a Thief-inspired, 3D isometric RPG in which players will get a chance to freely explore the sandbox world of Vetrall Empire.

Huh? How did I end up in here? Well shit, that ain’t no mystery. I walked up to them guards outside and politely asked if our beloved Emperor Drugun hadn’t made up their entire holy scripture while sitting on the crapper.  They laughed, I laughed, they kicked my face in and threw me inside. Fair trade if you ask me. ‘Cos you know what? Heh. That fat sack Drugun isn’t the only one looking for something in them buildings...

That's how the story in Seven begins. As a lone traveler roaming the world of Empire of Vetrall, you'll be constantly facing its cruelty and dual nature. The Apocalypse that took place many centuries ago didn't wipe out all. Humanity or what's left of it, has slowly recovered, but the shape and condition of this new world is far from what it used to be. In this new reality Dark Ages are constantly intertwining with the ancient advanced technology, and it doesn't make it any easier for those who were lucky or unlucky enough to survive.

SEVEN: THE DAYS LONG GONE, a Thief-inspired 3D isometric RPG is 30% off at Steam and GOG starting today (January 22) and lasting for one week only. In addition, the team has released a playable demo on Steam and GOG.

Since its launch, the team has released several big patches improving gameplay, audio and visual, UI, stability and quests for an indie game that has been recognized for breaking new ground. Gamers can check out the improvements in the demo available on Steam and GOG. The demo includes the entire prologue level in which players can experience the most important gameplay aspects: fighting, magic, sneaking and disguises.

SEVEN: THE DAYS LONG GONE received accolades at launch for our ambitious goals of pushing the traditional Isometric RPG genre into a new realm. We achieved success in many aspects and we also didn’t quite succeed in others, but over the past two months since launch we have released several big patches that addressed areas that needed refinement and we feel that our game is far better than it was just two months ago. This is why we are releasing a free demo on Steam and GOG to let players check out the game and see what we are talking about,” said Jakub Rokosz, Head of Development, Fool’s Theory. “And for those who like what they experience in the free demo, they will have the opportunity to purchase SEVEN: THE DAYS LONG GONE on Steam and GOG at a 30% discount.”

Set in a 'beyond post-apocalyptic' environment the title will redefine how the isometric RPG genre is played. Climbing system implemented in "Seven:TDLG" gives you the ability of free-traversing obstacles, of any height horizontally and vertically.

Journey to the land of Peh and experience a non linear story set within an unforgiving world filled with mysterious technology and dark age superstition. You will play as a thief possessed by an ancient daemon and tasked with uncovering the truth about the legendary Arks of Mankind.

Embark on a journey of conspiracy, discovery, and betrayal as you explore the unforgiving land of Peh and engage with its fascinating array of inhabitants.

Key Features:

  • 3D Isometric RPG w/ a rich, interwoven storyline
  • Combat: multiple styles allow for players to be creative in how they tackle obstacles
  • Hero Progression System: Based purely on skill and equipment; progression unlocks new upgradable skills
  • AI Reactions: NPCs are responsive to actions
  • Open Sandbox world perfect for exploration
  • Brand new climbing system
  • Stunning environments
  • Play Your Way - Stealth or brute force, it’s freedom of choice

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