Raji: An Ancient Epic was a stealth launch on the Nintendo Switch in August, taking many by surprise, but what's even more surprising is that the developers took care of hundreds of stray dogs while developing the game.
A reportbrilliant from Eurogamer delves into the story behind how the Indian developer Nodding Head ended up adopting hundreds of stray dogs. The feature film tells how Nodding Head ran to finish Raji earlier this year, while venturing to COVID-stricken Pune, India, to feed and care for stray dogs, which ended him in the north. of 200.
Shruti Ghosh co-founders and Ian Maude, Nodding Head, explain in detail how they had to obtain special permission to get out of isolation and around Pune. The two men were recognized as feederss special by the police, which was the only way out and help the stray.
If you've played Raji: An Ancient Epic to the end, you may have noticed that there is an entry for the Doggos Nodding Head in the end credits, which total 12 dogs. These are the puppies that Nodding Head adopted while working hard to finish Raji earlier this year. If they named all of the dogs they had actually helped this year, the list would go on and on.
When it launched in August, Raji was a timed Nintendo Switch exclusive game. It just launched on PC, PS4, and Xbox One earlier today on October 15, and it's a truly excellent game that you shouldn't pass up. There is no news as yet as to what Nodding Head's next adventure might be, but I'm definitely keeping an eye on it after Raji's story and its development.
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