Breath of Death VII: an Xbox 360 Retro RPG Parody

BreathOfDeathVIIZeboyd Games have been working hard at making a new old-school RPG for Xbox Live. Poking fun at Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and the rest, while using their art style, Breath Of Death VII looks rather interesting.

Breath of Death VII is priced up at the low cost of 80 MS Points and receiving fantastic reviews/feedback already. The developers website blogged about the upcoming release and described the game as:

Resurrect the classic era of RPGs with the retro parody RPG, Breath of Death VII: The Beginning. Join Dem the Skeleton Knight and his allies as they explore an undead world in search of the secrets of the past. 4-6 hour quest with multiple game modes & difficulty levels! Fast battles! Frequent LV-Ups! Branching character customization! Multi-character unite techniques! Glorious retro visuals displayed in awe-inspiring 720p! Laugh! Cry! Laugh some more!

Here is the official trailer released by Zeboyd Games:

Link: Breath of Death VII on Xbox LIVE


Last Updated ( 25 April 2010 )  

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