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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 06:15pm 03/10/19 | 1 Comments
Australia has sort of always been home to the birth of the post-apocalyptic narrative. Even before Mad Max, we had the likes of Wake in Fright and other stories that truly utilised our barren land and its myriad pockets of isolation, unique flora and fauna (most of which is deadly), and characters.

Now a new post-apocalyptic adventure is set to arrive on PC and console that capitalises on all of the above, and then some.

Here's the official line on Broken Roads:
Broken Roads was born of a love for traditional isometric computer role-playing, and will provide a rich, engaging narrative in which players make their way across a desolated Australia.

Blending together traditional and all-new role-playing elements on top of a classless system offering near-unlimited character development options, Broken Roads presents players with an original morality system: the Moral Compass. This novel design sees dialogue options and questing decisions influence, and be influenced by, a character's philosophical leaning.
  • All-new post-apocalyptic setting
  • Unique morality system influencing dialogue, quests and character development
  • Authentic Australian locations and environments
  • Blend of traditional and original RPG mechanics
  • Up to 6 party members
  • Turn-based tactical combat
  • Hand-drawn artwork
  • A content-rich and densely-crafted world
Watch a video embedded below for this intimately-crafted Aussie RPG experience, due to drop (bear) in 2021.

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Posted 08:49pm 03/10/19
Struth, she looks like a true blue depiction of life here down under mate!
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