Raji: An Ancient Epic Gameplay Trailer Shows Tight Combat and a Stunning World

Developer Nodding Head Games and publisher Super.com have recently shared a gameplay trailer for their upcoming action adventure game Raji: An Ancient Epic.

We’ve all seen games that have been set somewhere in Europe or ancient Japan, which is great, of course, but RajiAn Ancient Epic delivers a world setting that hasn’t gotten too much love. Raji: An Ancient Epic takes place in a Hindu and Balinese mythology-filled recreation of ancient India. In this gorgeous yet mysterious world, it’s up to the player to help Raji, a brave, young girl who is chosen by the gods to stand against the demonic invasion of the human realm, to rescue her younger brother and face the demon lord known as Mahabalasura.

Along her journey, players will need to take part in tough battles that feature gritty and fluid combat. Mastering the fluidity of the movement and the various attacks in combat will be the key to winning battles. Rather than only having one weapon, Raji: An Ancient Epic will offer a wide selection of weapons to choose from, along with powerful, god-granted powers that will be sure to come in handy. With mini-bosses and epic bosses battles thrown in the mix, players will need to figure out their own playstyle that works best for them.

Furthermore, making it through Raji: An Ancient Epic isn’t going to be an easy walk in the park since there will environmental puzzles to solve. Each of the handcrafted levels will have challenges for players to figure out, and actually, will provide players with a bit of environment storytelling lore as well. In addition, players are encouraged to explore their surroundings in every level as each level features secret locations.

Raji: An Ancient Epic is set to launch sometime in 2020. No console release plans have been revealed, but as of now, the game is currently listed on Steam.

Get a good look at Raji: An Ancient Epic by checking out the trailer and screenshots below:

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Brad Crespo

Editor-in-Chief - On a quest to play as many new games as possible while trying to finish an endless backlog.