Being funny is a tricky business. Zenith, from indie studio Infinigon and publisher Badland Indie, is pitched as an old-school RPG adventure with a modern-day twist – which roughly translates as classic isometric dungeon-crawling with a few jokes thrown in. There’s something very 90’s about the writing in Zenith – i.e. it’s all very post-modern and achingly self-aware, glibly referencing and riffing on the fantasy genre in the same way movies like Scream poked fun of horror movies. It reminded us of Fable, without as much charm, but with a few more swear words (pearl-clutching prudes, this isn’t the game ... Read More »
Beautiful RPG with a side of humor thrown in We all know what an RPG is, I'm not talking about the weapon but about the game genre. There's a wide variety out there for you to choose from, so what makes Zenith stand out from the crowd - by adding a side order of parody and a double helping of humor. With an awesome story, a unique fantasy world and a whole host of unforgettable characters - this sounds like a combo for success. You take the role of Argus, a man who has seen and done everything from adventuring and exploring ruins ... Read More »
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