Prague, 8th August 2013
Inquisitor – an old-school, dark, medieval role-playing game that was being developed for a decade and got greenlit at the beginning of June – is available on Steam now.
In the meantime, Inquisitor managed to receive several praises from gamers and critics alike, with RPG France rating the game 9/10 and giving it a prestigious “The indie RPG of 2012” award. Moreover, GameBanshee granted Inquisitor the “Best Story/Writing” award stating, “It takes a bold developer to build a game around real-world events and institutions, and it's surprising, after seeing how well they pulled it off, that it doesn't happen more often. Inquisitor is a throwback to days where discovering and learning about a world was at the forefront of the RPG experience.”
Inquisitor is available in two editions on Steam. The Standard Edition of the game comes with four PDF documents (Game Companion, Book of Armor and Weapons, Book of Magic and Codex Inquisitorium) amounting to more than 150 pages of text, while the Deluxe Edition contains more PDF documents (with Revelation of Ezekiel and a 78-page novel inspired by the game), an artboook with some of the best concepts for the game and a two-hour original soundtrack.
The Standard Edition of Inquisitor is available for $9,99. The Deluxe Edition is priced at $14,99. But anyone eager to delve deep into this dark world can take advantage of a discount that will be available for a first few days (10% for the Standard Edition, 20% for the Deluxe Edition).