The complete version of "The Doba Unleashed". Requires no additional installations.
20 years have passed since the ending of "Tales of Itzkeria". Itzka, the protagonist of the first game, is now leader of the Empire. But something happened, something nobody expected to happen - instead of trying to keep the fragile peace diplomatically, he started to brutally enforce it by slaughtering everyone who even thinks about opposing him. Entire cities are burned to the ground just because they dared to not agree with the new Emperor's decisions. It is a dark time, a time of oppression. Now, in a big and bloody battle, the last of the Rebellion has been destroyed. The fate of the world seems lost. But the Emperor's enemies have one final trick up their sleeve - a teenage boy called Doba.
Taken in by Lord Datzo (the Emperor's right hand) in secret, Doba is, at least in theory, a skilled assassin and a mighty swordfighter. After being trained in a laboratory for years in order to be able to secretly assassinate the Emperor, Doba fails in his first actual field assignment and is captured. Now this socially awkward outcast finds himself on a task to rebuild the Rebellion and take down the Emperor by force. By his side stand the thief Flash (who can't really steal anything) and the black mage Kalina (who's not very skilled with magic). Together, the three must unite the citizens of the world against Emperor Itzka or die trying. Yup, they seem pretty doomed to me...
The sequel to "Tales of Itzkeria" keeps a lot of the same elements from the original (a humorous storyline that parodies big budget RPGs, turn-based combat system, etc) while also adding a lot more to keep it fresh. The story's now much bigger, with over 20 unique locations to explore and over 10 hours of gameplay. Not to mention - free DLC is on its way! If you want an RPG that just doesn't take itself very seriously, but still has a solid story and gameplay, you should most definitely check out "The Doba Unleashed", from Project Itzkeria!
Let's just say... the world isn't at its best right now. After Itzka (the protagonist of "Tales of Itzkeria") became Emperor at the end of the first game, things quickly started going downhill. But hey, Itzka was a good guy, he'll find a way to fix all the social disturbances peacefully ooor maybe he'll do what he always does and draw out his sword without even a hint of conscious thought in his mind. Half a dozen burned cities and hundreds of dead peasants later, the world is finally accepting Itzka as its rightful ruler as he takes over more and more territories. All but one of his old companions leave him and go their separate ways, meaning that there's no one to oppose him. Will Itzka finally destroy the world he once saved, like in that "Black Sabbath" song named after a superhero? Well, unless you download the game for free when it comes out... yeah, pretty much.
But if you choose to dive in, you'll assume the role of Doba - a young boy with fabulous hair who's been trained in secret to be an assassin since birth by the Emperor's right hand, Lord Datzo. His skills with the sword are, in theory, pretty damn good, but his sheltered life and lack of social interaction has left his social skills kinda lacking, to say the least. After his very first assassination attempt fails, Doba escapes certain death at the hands of the Empire and finds himself facing an impossible task - he has to negotiate with important figures and convince them to join in the reformation of the shattered Rebellion. But, of course, he won't be alone - he'll be joined by the cowardly Flash - a thief who can't steal anything, and Kalina - a black mage who's not very good with magic, but is obsessed with killing Itzka, for some reason. Will he succeed in his quest? Why is Emperor Itzka evil all of a sudden? What is Lord Datzo's motivation? What is the horrible secret that keeps the world in balance? And why the hell does Flash's in-game sprite lack a beret?!? All this and more in "The Doba Unleashed", which you can download for free right now from the downloads section. What awaits you are 10 hours of gameplay, over 20 unique locations to explore, 6 playable characters and over 100 classic pieces of videogame music! If you like RPGs, you have literally nothing to lose by downloading this one!