Tactical battles galore!

Silent Dreams has just announced their brand new tactical strategy RPG title Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes that will be coming to the WiiWare service later on this year. You can check out the full press release below which gives loads of details on this new title and what you can expect from it.

Fans of roleplaying and strategic games, who are interested in round based fighting systems, should keep the name Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes in mind.

The German developer studio Silent Dreams is working on a tactical RPG
for PC Digital and WiiWareTM, that should be released in the fourth
quarter of this year.


The young recruit Drake failed at the military academy exam. He was
refused to fight for his proud kingdom Glory.
Humiliated and frustrated he wants to end his life by jumping into the
throat of brutal mushrooms. But then he learns that he's not the only
one disappointed and that there are others who can't go on with their lives.
He comes across the last depressed remains of the kingdom's army which
return badly injured from an all or nothing battle. The very battle
Drake couldn't fight in.

One of the survivors is the most popular hero of all mankind: Holy
Avatar. The arrogant knight in shiny armor tells you how a suddenly
appearing sect crushed the whole kingdoms' army.
The land Glory is overrun by creatures of the Dark Church and what's
even worse, HE, the mighty Holy Avatar, was beaten the first time in his

Now it is on YOU, Drake, to recruit a force and fight off the Dark
Church before the population learns about the defeat and runs scared.
However, all the land's heroic men are deadly injured or already dead.
Only the most dubious and criminal creatures are left, deeply hidden in
the high security dungeons.

Well... and there still are the most evil creatures of all: WOMEN!

Yet they have no choice if they want to rescue the land from the Dark
Church's fanatic claws. Established are the Evil Heroes!


Title: Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes
Genre: Tactical RPG
Gamemodi: One chosen one
Developer: Silent Dreams
Release Date: WiiWare & PC: 4. quarter 2009

Distribution: The game is produced by Silent Dreams itself and
distributed online.

Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes is an ironical, storyintensive fantasy
RPG with tactical elements. It's comparable with tactical RPGs like
Fire Emblem, Final Fantasy Tactics, Shining Force or Disgaea. On PC the
tactical genre is virgin soil. Some features can be found in tactical
games like Heroes of Might & Magic, Jagged Alliance, Warlords or Kings

  • Round based, strategic fights with the funniest animation which could
    ever be seen in the RPG genre.
  • In the fantasy world of Grotesque, there are beautiful woods and
    villages as well as dark dungeons ready for exploration.
  • An ironic, deep and atmospheric storyline from which RPG fans will
    still sing ballads in a thousand years.
  • Big, detailed and badtempered boss monsters.
  • The tactical RPG genre is given a brand new face thanks to amusing
    multiplechoice conversations and dialogue riddles in Monkey Islandstyle.
  • Classic RPG elements: solving storyintensive quests, searching
    treasures, trading, level and power up your party members.
  • Distinctive party members such as the arrogant hero Holy Avatar, the
    bloodthirsty vampire Solithaire and the sweet but irritable angel Angelina.
  • It's possible to rescue halfnaked virgins from the claws of evil
    monsters who will follow you as groupiepets after the battle.
  • Obsession: Every Evil Hero has its own, distinctive tic such as
    irascibility, telling endless and boring herostorys or abnormal
    jealousy. However, this negative attributes could also be used in a
    positive way in battles if the chosen one acts cleverly....
  • Programmed by the Lead / Senior Programmer of Gothic 13 Carsten
    Edenfeld and other keen, well looking RPG developers of Silent Dreams.

We'll have more information on Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes as it becomes available, as well as a full review of the game when it hits the WiiWare service later this year.