Release Date :
July 27th, 1998
The time is 60 AD. The Roman Empire is at the height of its power, under the rule of the cruel Emperor Nero. The isle of Britannia is wracked by rebellion against its Roman masters, aNethergate Screenshot 1s the Celtic tribes ransack city after city.
In the depths of the wilderness, the village of Nethergate, forgotten and ignored, is hatching a conspiracy. They will conspire with the faery kingdoms, the dark, secret, wild powers, to destroy their Roman conquerors. Magic is dying, but there is enough of it left to put an end the the Empire. Your job is to help them.
Or, your job is to stop them.
In Nethergate, you can play as either the Romans or the Celts, seeing both sides of this epic battle. The quests, puzzles, and the way the characters react to you will be completely different. It's like two games in one!
No matter which side you play, Nethergate has beautiful 3-D graphics, an elegant interface, a huge world, based on historical research, and dozens of cunning towns, fortresses, and dungeons. Nethergate has dozens of characters and over 150,000 words of plotting and dialogue, designed to immerse you in a strange, magical, lost world.