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Raji: An Ancient Epic Nominated For Unreal E3 Awards 2018 – Unreal Underdog

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We caught a glimpse of Raji: An Ancient Epic during Microsoft’s E3 Press Conference this year. The game by India-based Nodding Heads Games is a part of Xbox’s new rental service – Game Pass. Following the reveal at E3, Unreal has nominated Raji: An Ancient Epic for Unreal E3 Awards 2018 – Unreal Underdog.

Unreal Underdog acknowledges the studio that pushes their limits to achieve an amazing showing at E3. The award appreciates the entire team, the people and the processes behind it.

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Raji: An Ancient Epic is a creation of the India-based indie studio – Nodding Heads Games. The studio released a demo online, which was well acclaimed. Soon after, they went on to Kickstarter with Raji but failed to reach the final goal.

After months of silence, Raji: An Ancient Epic broke big by appearing on Microsoft’s E3 panel.

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Other nominees are –

Islands of Nyne (Define Human Studios)
Rend (Frostkeep Studios)
Planet Alpha (Planet Alpha ApS, Team17)
The Forgotten City (Modern Storyteller)

The winner will be announced on June 21. We aren’t sure which other platforms Raji: An Ancient Epic will be out for and when. Stay tuned as we report you.

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