Echo Generation is a Retro '90s RPG Adventure

Echo Generation is a Retro '90s RPG Adventure

Synthwave and pizza.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Jul 24, 2020 @ 07:21 AM (Staff Bios)
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The world is full of secrets. Hidden just beyond the veil of our daily lives rests strange creatures and top secret projects. But every so often, someone pierces that veil and uncovers more than they bargain for. This is the sense of mystery present in the recently revealed retro RPG, Echo Generation.

Announced during the Xbox Games Showcase on Thursday, Echo Generation is a turn-based RPG based around protagonist Dylan as he uncovers tremendous secrets of his local town after a meteorite crashes nearby.



The game takes heavy inspiration from '90s era culture. It features a blocky art style, the pixel art equivalent of 3D graphics, complemented by driving synthwave music. When we first saw it, we thought it was going to be a new Stranger Things game, admittedly.

The artistic design choice comes with one extra bonus: high quality rendering. Echo Generation will run at 60 frames per second at 4k resolution.

Not much else is known about the title at this time. More information is sure to come when it releases some time next year for Xbox One, Series X, and PC.

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