So for those of you who don't know, Obsidian announced a new game yesterday slated to come out this year. It's called Tyranny. Here's a link to the website and the steam page: http://www.tyrannygame.com/ http://store.steampowered.com/app/362960/ The game is going to be isometric like Pillars of Eternity but you won't be the hero in this game. You're the villain. The villains already won in this game, you're just a lackey of the main bad guy. We don't know much about the gameplay outside of the fact that you, as a judge for the main bad guy, get to play executioner and lawmaker in your master's new provinces, and what you say goes. Just like Obsidian's last 2 games, Pillars and New Vegas, there's bound to be many many different ways of playing, along with a bountiful collection of choices for almost every mission. I'm a little bummed out by the fact that it has a medieval setting when this plot could have worked just as well in a modern or sci-fi setting, but I trust Obsidian to make a fantastic adventure for us. Plus no recent games have really given us an opportunity to be pure evil. For example, Fallout 4 had less evil options than I have fingers. It sounds like we don't have to just be evil though, we can go against our master's wishes and play as a good guy. It certainly sounds interesting to be playing on the opposite side for once for the whole game. Really the only time I can think of where an entire game/DLC was made around the concept of being evil, it was a small one in Dragon Age Origins that made you the leader of a Darkspawn squadron during the final battle of the game. That was pretty fun but really really short. Then I guess there was Prototype. The first one anyway. I'm definitely looking forward to Tyranny even if the medieval setting is starting to wear out its welcome. What do you think the game will be like? What would you like to see in it? What features would make this game great? Discuss below.