Eternal Grace is a classical offline RPG game which puts its power in the storyline, interesting characters and their interactions, challenging tactical action battles, and addictive card mini game. The story goes around Razh, a mercenary, and Millia, a special agent, on their mission to prevent the world Enthrea from a collapse caused by a previous war. Razh, in the need of money, accepted Millia's plead to help her achieve more people to join the movement to save Enthrea. Along their journey they meet a lot of interesting characters, interact with them, and solve puzzles. Combined with their complex yet touching relationship, added with various external factors while trying to gather more people to join their mission, the storyline emerges to a situation where everyone would say: I want to know what happened next.

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Ian Livingstone, the president of Eidos, publisher of Tomb Raider and Hitman, came to Indonesia, to give some speech about Game Developing and Game Business! Eternal Grace team has a chance to meet him in Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia and showed him the prototype demo in this event!

In this event, we are introducing the prototype demo of Eternal Grace that you can download in Eternal-grace.com

Mr. Livingstone told us that Eternal Grace is very impressive. He likes the game play, arts, and musics. He gave us several advices for the game as well.

In this event we can also wactg some of Eternal Grace's cosplayers. Want to view more pictures about this event? Visit the Events page about Ian Livingstone's roadshow in event gallery of Eternal Grace by clicking the link: www.eternal-grace.com/p/events.html

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Eternal Grace will bring you into the beginning of whole Eternal Grace story, and where the story is started. Play the game, solve the puzzles, conquer...

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This looks pretty cool, I can't wait to see more.

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