Raven's Cry Summary
Raven's Cry was called one of the worst games of 2015 in GameWatcher'sback in February. Topware is releasing a new version of the game, Vendetta: Curse of Raven's Cry, that promises to improve the original on 20 November 2015.
This doesn't help gamers who purchased the original Raven's Cry, however, so Topware has posted a newfor those players that will allow them to upgrade to Vendetta for free.
A developer for the upcoming and delayed-a-few-times RPG Raven's Cry has addressed the matter ofserial key-based DRM, or at least what 'people perceive' as a scheming system.
CEO Dirk Hassinger of TopWare tackles the DRM elephant in the room over their policy of having to activate serial keys in their third-party accounts system. It'd be "much easier to wave it."
TopWare Interactive's pirate RPG Raven's Cry is clearly going for the title of 'most delayed game ever', as the developer has just announced it will be pushed back once more to January 28, 2015.
The game was originally scheduled for release way back in in October 2013, but a series of setbacks followed. The game's been previously set forand then this year, but it seems we won't be merrily pirating and swigging rum this holiday season.
The pirate-themed RPG romp Raven's Cry from developershould have been out yesterday having already "hit some rough seas" and needing more time in dry dock.
The release date has come and gone, only to find Raven's Cry is now bound for the high seas in mid-December. It's a third-person adventure RPG with plenty of swashbuckling.
Every now and then a game you'd completely forgotten about pops up to remind you it's still alive and kicking - which is what's just happened with Reality Pump's pirate RPG Raven's Cry.
Originally set to come out this May, it wasto October earlier this year. Now it's subject to another delay, albeit a much shorter one - it's set for release on November 27.