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In a press release issued by Techland about their upcoming co-op slasher Hellraid, the developer touched upon he title’s “Game Master” system.

According to Techland, the Game Master system is inspired by pen-and-paper role-playing games games. The press release specifically mentions its influence on co-op play, mentioning how the Game Master system chooses competitive challenges and changes up the placement of questions, how quests are completed, the quantity of enemies players face and the type of enemies they face. This influences apply to the single-player campaign as well, sans the competitive challenges.

“Thanks to Game Master and the varied experiences that it provides, Hellraid will give players hundreds of hours of pure fun,” reads the press release.

Hellraid launches later this year on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

Hellraid’s ‘Game Master’ System is a Digital Dungeon Master

By | 05/28/2013 02:31 PM PT

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In a press release issued by Techland about their upcoming co-op slasher Hellraid, the developer touched upon he title’s “Game Master” system.

According to Techland, the Game Master system is inspired by pen-and-paper role-playing games games. The press release specifically mentions its influence on co-op play, mentioning how the Game Master system chooses competitive challenges and changes up the placement of questions, how quests are completed, the quantity of enemies players face and the type of enemies they face. This influences apply to the single-player campaign as well, sans the competitive challenges.

“Thanks to Game Master and the varied experiences that it provides, Hellraid will give players hundreds of hours of pure fun,” reads the press release.

Hellraid launches later this year on PC, PS3, and Xbox 360.

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