Raji: An Ancient Epic
- Available on PC / Nintendo Switch
- Genre Action & Adventure
- Release date 15 October 2021
- Exhibitor Leftfield Collection
Raji: an Ancient Epic is an action adventure based on Indian mythology. Game tells the story of Raji, a young girl and her on a quest to save her brother Golu from the demons who invaded humanity and took all the children for unknown purposes. Her Determination catches the attention of the Gods who grant her their powers and weapons and encourage her to transform from a little scared child to a warrior capable of driving away demons and saving the world. Skilled acrobat, she will use her abilities to traverse castles, temples and cities ravaged by the invading hordes as well as to fight the enemies, almost dancing on the battle arenas, she mows down demons with the weapons and abilities granted her by the Gods. Capable of listening to them, she will uncover the mysteries of the past and learn the secrets of her kin.
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