Published on November 22nd, 2013 | by whatsupdog0
Fantasy Action-Adventure RPG Bloom: Memories gets some amazing concept art
Indie developers Studio Fawn have released a bunch concept art of Bloom: Memories, their fantasy action-adventure RPG inspired by popular classic titles such as The Legend of Zelda and Thief: The Dark Project. The game is being developed for the PC using their very own BloomCore engine, so as ensure that the title boasts of high quality assets, advanced enemy AI and unique lighting systems while not being a system hog. The concept art depicts some of the varied characters and environments in the game, which is set in a world wherein your choices and actions have consequences as to how the world reacts to you.
Players can choose to engage in open combat, resort to stealthy tactics by sneaking in the shadows and distracting opponents, and talk to characters to reach new solutions to problems, make allies, discover hidden paths and acquire new abilities. Being aggressive means that the world around will react similarly; however, taking the time to engage in dialogue and exploration may open up new and peaceful resolution to disputes. This fascinating Kickstarter project has already attained more than $28,000 out of its pledged goal of $40,000, so be sure to go do your bit here if any of this sounds interesting; we need more intriguing and innovative games like this instead of another run-of-the-mill FPS.