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    How Demeo is a tabletop Rpgs for the PS VR2 that intimidates players

    We at Resolution Games adore table role-playing games above all else. Maybe even more! After all, creating a game like Demeo requires spending several hundred night around the kitchen table rolling dice and engaging in bugbear combat. 

    However, for every fan of tabletop gaming, there are dozens of players who are eager to try out the hobby but felt intimidated by the mountains of text and guidelines they would have to sort through. And that’s before you even start writing a character sheet! Demeo was created for tabletop gamers, but it was also designed for the curious. & nbsp,

    Demeo is, in essence, a universal table fantasy adventure.

    We concentrated on the fundamentals of what makes these games good: challenging monsters, distinctive class-based abilities, narrative suspense, and playing with friends to make the pen-and-paper RPG experience more approachable. We designed Demeo to present these elements in a way that is simple to understand and keeps the game moving using this as our starting point. There is nothing worse than waiting 15 minutes for the nth-level wizard sitting to your left to complete their turn, but strategy is important!

    Each party member’s options are presented on cards that can be played in turn in an effort to make decisions simple. Every possible action is presented in a clear, easy-to-understand card that keeps the game moving forward at an uncanny pace, saving players from having to remember the dozens of possible actions they can take( or memorize spell lists, or recall which perks have been bestowed upon characters by magical weapons ).

    Some of these cards, like the Hunter’s Arrow, are replenished after each turn and serve as the class standard action. The majority, however, are one-time use cards that add a crucial coating of strategy, from the Sorcerer’s enormous Fireball to healing potions and repeating ballistae. You could certainly use that” Scroll of Charm” to persuade an Elven Archer to defend you at this time, but perhaps you should hold off until you can convince an Ice Elemental to follow your orders in a spider-filled room.

    Table games also have a chance component, and Demeo is no different. Rather than a bag full of different – sided dice that determine hits, damage, and more, Demeo’s approach streamlines the rolling experience. You guessed it: if you’re playing on PlayStation VR2, it feels just as good to roll the die absolutely as it would with a real die in your hands. A single die with three possible faces determines whether the player misses, hits, or criticizes.

    In fact, thanks to the capabilities of the PS VR2, the Demeo experience is tactile in ways that just haven’t been possible until immediately. Haptics in the PlayStation VR2 Sense controllers make it so that picking up your miniature definitely feels like picking up your miniature. And if your hero happens to be downed or killed by one of the many monsters, the PS VR2’s helmet vibrations will make sure you never forget it.

    The social experience of game night is faithfully recreated through gameplay that benefits from table – talk and cooperative strategy — but Demeo is an experience that plays well for solo gamers too. As any TTRPG lover will tell you, sometimes the greatest challenge is just getting everybody’s schedule to line up for game night. Demeo lets players scratch their tabletop ache even when nobody else is around. In fact, one of the biggest accolades we get comes from Game Masters who tell us they’ve turned to Demeo as a replacement game when someone is missing from their group that week. Instead of running a one – shot so that they don’t advance their tabletop campaign without all their normal players in attendance, they run Demeo. And that continues to knock our socks off. & nbsp,

    Demeo features a richly detailed world filled with different settings, monsters, and scheming, corrupted villains— but as a player, it’s a world you get to immerse yourself in rather than build out moment – by – moment. There’s no need for a quick – thinking basement master to juggle the rules, monsters and everything else that a player could throw at them. And while there are five finish adventures included, Demeo allows players to make the adventuring experience entirely their own. Every session in one of these pre – made adventures is unique, thanks to randomly assembled levels, random monster and treasure distributions, different action cards in play, and the ability to mix different heroes together in any configuration you’d like. & nbsp,

    We’ve consistently loved a good dungeon crawl— that’s why we designed an experience that lets you dive right into it, even if you’ve never rolled a D20 in your life. If that sounds like your kind of enjoyment, we can’t wait for you to join us in the world of Gilmerra! Demeo is available today on PS VR2.

    By PlayStation Official blog (

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