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- Chart your own course through an untamed wilderness teeming with danger and discovery.
- Unravel the colony’s many mysteries by gathering clues and awakening the memories of the dreaming dead.
- Build up an arsenal of early 17th century weaponry including muskets, bows, crossbows, and throwing axes.
- Collect untold treasures hidden in the wilds by the colonists for reasons you will come to understand in time.
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Betrayer is a first person action adventure game that takes you to the New World at the turn of the 17th century.
The year is 1604. You sailed from England expecting to join a struggling colony on the coast of Virginia. Instead, you find only ghosts and mysteries. What catastrophe blighted the land and drained it of color and life? Where are the settlers and tribes who lived here? And who is the strange, silent woman in red who aids you from afar?
Clue by clue, you must piece together the story of what befell this doomed settlement and find a way to set things right. You will be hunted by corrupted Conquistadors and ravening shadows as you explore an expansive wilderness in order to trace the brief, tragic history of the colony and search for survivors.
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- Supported OS: [Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista]
- Processor: 3.0 GHz dual core or better
- RAM: 3 GB RAM
- Hard Disk: 4 GB available space
- Video Card: Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible with 1GB video RAM or better (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460/AMD
- Additional Requirements: Windows compatible stereo sound card
- Recommended Processor: 2.4 GHz quad core or better (enhanced for multi-core processors)
- Recommended RAM: 4 GB RAM
- Recommended Video Card: Graphics: DirectX 9 compatible with 2GB video RAM or better (NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti/AMD Radeon HD 6870)
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Anyway, I have put about 4 hours into the game so far and my impressions are as follow:
It is a disturbingly beautiful game. The sharp conrast between the black and whites in the black and white world are compelling. The way they did this was pretty amazing IMO. The world truly looks living and breathing, and yet at the same time, there is a forlorn sense of desolation that comes with it. Really an amazing setting. The use of red to highlight things of importance such as items, enemies, and even allies just adds to the stark contrast between beauty and horror. You can also enter a spirit world version of the same world (basically, your perception of the world around you is changed) wherein enemies are highlighted in blue instead, and everything seems quite surreal. The developers use of sound really brings all this to the forefront. Every sound and sight has a reason and noting seems out of place.
The interface has notably improved from the early versions of the game. The item/quest menu is pretty simplistic and easy to navigate. The map has also improved from its early state. Key areas show on the map as you find them and become fast travel spots. You can also see pretty much exactly where you are on the map. Other than that though, you really have to rely on the in game compass to navigate. In fact, this game doesnt really hold your hand at all. I think in many ways, they got their inspiration from Morrowind, especially in the way quests are presented. For example, you may meet the a guy who is looking for signs of his wife. Last he remembers, they would sit together on a hill overlooking the fort. That is all the info you are going to get.Read more ›
Overall I highly recommend this game.
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