RMVXA Joseph of Descentia v1.1 [IGMC2017 entry]

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  1. psenough

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    Joseph of Descentia

    SECTION A: SYNOPSIS
    Did you ever wonder what happens to heroes after the kingdom is saved? Do they all just live happily ever after?

    This game puts you in the role of Joseph, an old man living through one of his last days as the hero of the realm.

    It's a short and conceptual exploration game. Not your typical RPG, so please take it with a grain of salt.

    Joseph of Descentia (v1.0) was submitted to IGMC 2017

    v1.1 was released 20/12/2017

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    https://psenough.itch.io/joseph-of-descentia
     
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    Nightblade50 Developer of "Delta Origins" Veteran

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    Looks promising. Here's your first like for your game.
     
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    thanks!
     
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    Nightblade50 Developer of "Delta Origins" Veteran

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    It might have a bit too much RTP for my liking though.
     
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    I like how an asset pack maker was the one to say "too much RTP".

    Well, I think you already know what I said about your game, but as I mentioned before, I think you need to put a bit more focus on the fun aspect.
     
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