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The tables have turned in new Of Orcs and Men trailer

Jul 07 // Harry Monogenis    @GlitteryCrumpet

Goblins and orcs seem to always be the target of many an RPG adventurer. They've always been perceived as ugly, green things that need to be killed in the name of loot or experience points. It's just not fair on them; they have souls too, you know! 

That, however, is all about to change thanks to Of Orcs And Men, an upcoming RPG letting you take control of an ogre warrior and a sneaky little goblin as they set out against the Empire of Men to ignite a "green-skinned" revolution. 

Focus Home Interactive's latest trailer for the game aims to give some more information on the Empire of Men's plans for expansion, while at the same time showing us all how badass those ogres look. Expect to rebel against the humans this September on PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.

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