Arberth Studios announced that the translation of the haunting mystery game entitled Rhiannon: Curse of the Four Branches' into the Italian language is complete. The translation is the work of Puntaeclicca (gaming site).
Arberth’s Noel Bruton comments, “We’re very excited about this project. The Italian team, capably headed by Francesca Livia, has been for us the ideal mix of structured translation service and gamer involvement. With Puntaeclicca, the adventure developer requiring an Italian version gets the best of both worlds – the professionalism of a formal localization company and the enthusiasm of the genuine gamer. Puntaeclicca is ideally placed to see localization both from a business and a player’s point of view.”
"Rhiannon – La Maledizione dei Quattro Rami" is currently undergoing final testing in Italy, before it is being offered to Italian players.
The finished product will be offered for download from Arberth’s Website and the developer will be approaching Italian publishers imminently about the possible launch of a boxed version. A final release date and retail price are yet to be fully determined.