Can Wind Waker Been Dethroned By Indie Title Tchia?

At the time of writing we know quite a lot about the beautiful upcoming indie adventure title – Tchia. Currently in development for the PC and listed on steam, the stunning looking title looks to be a spiritual successor to Nintendo’s Legendary GameCube title – The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker.

The visually stunning upcoming title comes to us from an indie studio, Awaceb out of the South Pacific island of New Caledonia. Their first title was the 2D action adventure – Fossil Echo released in 2016 to mixed reviews. This time around they seem to have impressively eclipse that project by a landslide.

In Tchia you take control of an adorable young girl by the same name. Along her journey the player will Climb, glide, swim, and sail your boat around a beautiful archipelago in the physics-driven sandbox title. She even has the ability to posses any animal or object she comes across along with playing a fully playable Ukulele.

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In Tchia you’ll meet a diverse cast of characters inspired by New Caledonian cultures. Fully animated cutscenes voiced in *traditional language will punctuate your journey while an original orchestral score infused with local sounds creates a unique and immersive world.

*The characters are voiced by local talent in traditional languages, and subtitled in many languages including English, French, Russian, Chinese, German, and more.

The upcoming title also allows the player to express themselves through customizable clothing and a boat with hundreds of unlockable cosmetic items ranging from a traditional look to the most over the top options. You will also unlock useful and fun tools along the way such as a flashlight, slingshot, compass, camera… Um… when do we get on this ride again?

Qudduws Campbell

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