PARADISE NEVER IGNITES A REVOLUTION IN ACTION RPGS
Kitty Lambda Games (The Real Texas, Paradise Perfect) and Devolver Digital (The Talos Principle, Hotline Miami 2) have unveiled Paradise Never, an action RPG set on an island colony of France in the year 2027, amidst turmoil and revolution. Relive the same three days over and over again, in an attempt to right your wrongs and free your quiet island community from its imperial oppressors, all while trying to keep your close-knit group of friends turned rebels alive. Paradise Never will launch this summer on PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam, Humble, and GOG.
Paradise Never uses a sophisticated NPC behavioral system, a complex object interaction mechanic, and a tropical paradise that regenerates with each three day cycle to create a living, breathing world bustling with activity with or without your direct intervention. Talk to NPCs at different times in different circumstances to better understand their motivations and gain the knowledge you need to save them all. Strike down your opposition with your battle-ready electric guitar or outfit your boat with new cannons to take the battle to the open seas – but keep the casualties down or the goddess will reset the time loop and you’ll restart your quest.
Attendees at PAX East will be able to go hands on with Paradise Never with developer Calvin French at the Indie Megabooth (#6155). For more information, please visit http://www.paradisenever.com or follow @Psysal and @DevolverDigital on Twitter.