Byzen tells the beginning and development of the ‘Revolución Oriental’ (Eastern revolution) in 1811, focusing especially on the episodes of oppression of the Viceroyalty of Rio de la Plata on the Banda Oriental. The game is introduced from the diary of a peasant named Ignacio, who writes about the serious problems that weigh on his homeland due to the Spanish Empire control. Our protagonist decides to take along, with several others, a revolution to the north of the Banda Oriental, which fails and as consequence are taken under the claws of the Spanish crown. Ignacio manages to escape from prison Montevideo’s prison, hiding at two days from the city. There, he meets Venancio, a farmer who hates viceroy Elio and with as much fury as the rest of the viceroyalty, it is then that he makes one with the ‘Oriental’ collective need for freedom and put an end to Elio’s harsh rule.
This day was very dense, all day testing the game in about 15 different PCs...
Posted by EG-Games on Sep 20th, 2011
"This day was very dense, all day testing the game in about 15 different PCs, and I'm done to determine the minimum requirements for the game to run and run fairly well. I did not want to lower minimum requirements than mention below as a precaution, so the user will work properly in the PC data set. BYZEN has worked a total of about 25 fps the intermediate value, 12fps and 40 fps low value and high value. Relatively works well with these specs:
Pentium email@example.com / AMD ATLHON EQUIVALENT
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator (GMA) 950 / ATI RADEON 9200 SERIES / Nvidia Geforce FX 5200
256 MB RAM
2 GB hard drive
ADSL / LAN multiplayer gaming 512kb
With a pc with these specs or more, BYZEN work relatively well, and will be enjoyed by the end user."
These were the data provided by Emiliano, after concluding the day's testing. He added that these requirements do not vary much from Beta 2 to final version.