Diversity in games.
This day in age, it's quite a divisive phrase (it shouldn't be). Taken at face value, it can (does) mean something as simple as the opportunity for representation of all cultures within the gaming community. In general, I think that's something that should be (must be, for the growth and betterment of the gaming community) encouraged and supported.
With that in mind, I want to highlight games off the cultural beaten path, and today that game is Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan, from Kiro'o Games. The game is self described as "inspired by the old school "Tales of" series, focuses on 2D real-time combat sequences while the narration and its environment both draw deeply from African culture, myths and lores."
To say that I've played many games based in Africa would be false (I'm not sure if The Lion King counts or not).
This game may be a good way to rectify that.Read More