Hellion devs reveal Godric, who’s seen some aweful things. Awful, under the robe of a monk things.

What follows is the full press release talking about Hellion and Godric, our hero.  I’ve added a few highlights for emphasis.    I love the overuse of quotes to “show” us stuff.  And that fact that he travels with some naughty monks.  The game looks pretty interesting, btw.

As the satanic brood turns the world into chaos, today Flying Fish Works announces the main character for their upcoming product “Hellion: Mystery of the Inquisition”. “Godric of Glastonbury”, a European sword master full of honor and devotion to the Holy Roman Church, is a religious servant during the unpromising resistance against the inconceivable evil.

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A horrible incidence in his younger days decide “Godric” to become a master of sword fighting. Full of grief and aware of omnipresent injustice he left his homeland to revenge the past. On his journey across Europe, Godricjoined the Dominicans, dedicated to the Pope, preaching and converting the non-believers. The Dominicans decided to reveal their arcane to “Godric”, including their knowledge of the supernatural and their ways of resisting both spiritual and incarnate evil. “Godric” gained knowledge of exorcism and together with his will to accomplish his fate he became a very unique knight.

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“Hellion: Mystery of the inquisition” is an extraordinary First-Person-Shooter set in the 13th century. As an armed man of the newborn Inquisition, the player will battle heretics, execute exorcisms, face demons and unintentionally become part of a political and religious intrigue. It is an epic journey through different medieval cultures full of real-life characters, wild animals, rough warriors, powerful Templar knights, deadly assassins and, ultimately, horrifying demons.

[tags]video games, godric, hellion, naughty monks[/tags]

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