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Hellion hero gets a name; a bad one at that
Tuesday, 9 Jun, 2009 – 16:34 | 8 Comments
Hellion hero gets a name; a bad one at that

Back in April we spoke about upcoming horror FPS “Hellion: Mystery of the Inquisition.” With its religious overtones and bleak medieval setting, our interest piqued as we’re absolute suckers for the dark and heretical world of the supernatural.

Especially when religious orders are involved.

Announced today, we’re getting an insight into the game’s main character, Godric of Glastonbury. Despite sounding like a bundling Blackadder inspired festival goer, we’re assured Godric is a pious sword master who joins the Dominican order on their quest to combat “incarnate evil.”

Hellion – Mystery of the Inquisition site launches
Thursday, 16 Apr, 2009 – 13:39 | Comments Off on Hellion – Mystery of the Inquisition site launches
Hellion – Mystery of the Inquisition site launches

Joining CD Projekt Red Studio’s “The Witcher” in the medieval monster-hunting stakes is Flying Fish Work’s newly announced “Hellion: Mystery of the Inquisition”.

Based in Bydgoszcz, the studio are hard at work building “an historical fiction game that will put you in the center of the medieval world, full of its cruelty, intransigence and diversified beliefs.”