Jesus is angry in new dark fantasy RPG game I, The Inquisitor

The Jesus one I, the inquisitor, does not forgive. He’s just the opposite.

In The Dust SA’s new game, you play in a world where Jesus takes vengeance on the unbelievers instead of granting them forgiveness for his own crucifixion. It’s a wild concept inspired by the novels of Polish author Jacek Piekara. On Tuesday, the developers released a trailer showing just how punitive Jesus can be.

The game imagines an alternate history 1500 years after the Crucifixion. Instead of dying, Jesus is then “consumed by utter rage” and “breaks free and unleashes violent vengeance on all unbelievers,” according to the game’s Steam page. Now inquisitors enforce the faith by force.

You play as Mordimer Madderdin, an inquisitor of the Holy Office who honestly looks a lot like the depictions we see of Jesus with his long brown hair. Apparently he is responsible for carrying out punitive measures against these unbelievers. As you play, you explore a land called Königstein and live through a “conflict yet to arise.”

The original teaser trailer showed a person praying to a cross in the game’s dark, medieval setting. The new trailer shows just how brutal and violent this world can be as a camera pans through scenes of people hanging from the gallows and a room full of instruments of torture. (Whether this little tirade will be supported by God the Father remains to be seen.) Jesus is angry in new dark fantasy RPG game I, The Inquisitor

Charles Jones

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