A drama is unfolding in a tiny village buried in snow, lost in the depths of a Three-River Principality valley. A sudden death, a now-hostile home, new sensory capacities and the departure towards the unknown, the only means to escape besides death, has become inevitable... The newly-orphaned heroine is pushed to leave her father's village by the voices of her unconscious mind. The long journey to find answers will lead you through many events to overcome anger, sadness, pain and fear and finally unveil what is whispered by the voices of Winter.
It’s winter, and freezing. You’re alone to fend for yourself, and haunted by memories of the past. This is the somber tale of Winter Voices, the episodic turn-based RPG by developer Beyond the Pillars, that aims to engross players through an extensive and poetic storyline, though you’re more inclined to doze off before you’re even done with the prologue.You play the role of a 24 year old woman whose father just died. You’re then left to wander the world by yourself, constantly haunted by memories which are actual enemies in the game, and who like to speak in poems. Not only does the unyielding onslaught of text bring the game to a screeching halt, it reads like it’s been ripped straight out of an emo kid's deepest-darkest secret journal. Coupled with the character's cumbersome... Read Review