See How Africa’s First Major Action-RPG Has Evolved Since 2003

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Cameroon-based developer Kiro’o Tales has released a new video to show how its 2D action-RPG Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan has evolved since 2003 until now.


The video is a celebration of not only how far the game has come in 12 years but also on it successfully being funded on Kickstarter.


Due to reaching the base goal for the Kickstarter, Kiro’o has now unveiled the stretch goals for the Kickstarter. The first is set at €75,000 for localization in German and Spanish. It’ll also mean that veteran game designer Paul Bertone (director of Halo 3: ODST) and art director Didier Chanfray (Alone in the Dark) would work on the game.


The second stretch goal at €100,000 would enable the team to bring Aurion to PlayStation 4.

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