A neat Medieval-themed 3D RPG where your skills increase based on actual practice of a particular trade skill
RPG games come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from the tactical-based 2D games where using your brain is more important than using your sword, to the 3D epic AAA titles that take you into a world of myth and legend.
Of course, there are also RPGs that deal with the simpler aspects of life, such as living in the XIII-th century, when farming, crafting, trading fishing and other activities of the swords were all in a day’s work.
Such would be the environment that will surround you if you choose to play Donensbourgh, a medieval RPG game
The game is made to be viewed from a single player in first person camera, which makes you believe you are actually there, and the 3D graphics are also quite impressive given then game’s development circumstances.
You couldn’t have an RPG without the RP part, and so Donensbourgh is a journey, based on story, and helping out whoever you can will allow you to get through it.
A whole new world
The entire world of Donensbourgh is made to be as lifelike as possible, with features such as 24h day-night cycle and the fact that it is accurately ambiented in late XIII century making it all the more believable.
As mentioned above, the game is all about the authentic feel of medieval times, so fantasy tropes such as magic are not present at all.
You don’t even have combat or death involved in the game, so your only skills here are your ability to craft things, farm vegetable, fish for salmon and other activities of the sorts.
Come into the small town of Donensbourgh
Donensbourgh bears great resemblance to other medieval-themed RPGs making it great for those of you that are fans of the genre, and the amount of quests available are enough to keep you busy for a good couple of hours.