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Couchpotato September 13th, 2013 05:09

Aarklash: Legacy - Review @ Softpedia
 
Aarklash: Legacy has been released on Steam and Softpedia has the first review.

Quote:

Aarklash: Legacy was an unexpected surprise for me. Having played Confrontation, I did not have any high expectations from another RPG from Cyanide, but Aarklash: Legacy is definitely a good game.

Cyanide’s Aarklash: Legacy is a must for every fan of tactical party-based RPG titles that has enjoyed games like Icewind Dale. Although it doesn’t have the deepness of Black Isle’s game, Aarklash: Legacy is the first game that got the Confrontation tactical miniature wargaming right.

I’m not sure those disappointed by Confrontation will want to try out another Cyanide game in the same universe, but I strongly recommend those who have enjoyed a more tactical approach in RPG titles to give Aarklash: Legacy a try.

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Yme September 13th, 2013 05:09

Positive review. I'll buy this at some point, but no time to play it just now.

Nameless one September 13th, 2013 12:17

I bought it, downloading it now.I don't have too much fate in cyanide but this does look good.

Ranger September 13th, 2013 13:13

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Originally Posted by Nameless one (Post 1061218410)
I bought it, downloading it now.I don't have too much fate in cyanide but this does look good.

I had lots of fun with it. Combat system is pretty solid and the way they dealt with loot and skill tree makes it more fun. I'm still enjoying it. Definitely their best game to date. Hopefully, they will continue on this path :)

mercy September 13th, 2013 13:24

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Originally Posted by Ranger (Post 1061218416)
I had lots of fun with it. Combat system is pretty solid and the way they dealt with loot and skill tree makes it more fun. I'm still enjoying it. Definitely their best game to date. Hopefully, they will continue on this path :)

Wow, then must try!

benetar September 13th, 2013 13:48

Okay— I love it when something comes out of the woodwork that I was not following and is a surprise. Who has time to play any of them anyway?
Sadly that is why I like Beta's— a built in excuse not to finish lol :)

Ranger September 13th, 2013 13:59

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Originally Posted by benetar (Post 1061218424)
Okay— I love it when something comes out of the woodwork that I was not following and is a surprise. Who has time to play any of them anyway?
Sadly that is why I like Beta's— a built in excuse not to finish lol :)

Lol, I have exactly the same issues:)

rjshae September 13th, 2013 19:27

Icewind Dale had depth?? Err… ;)

Ranger September 15th, 2013 00:09

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Originally Posted by rjshae (Post 1061218449)
Icewind Dale had depth?? Err… ;)

Yes, at least for me.

wolfing September 15th, 2013 15:00

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Originally Posted by Ranger (Post 1061218549)
Yes, at least for me.

Icewind Dale had tactical depth, if that's what you look forward to in the game, then yes it has plenty of depth. If what you look for is story, then it's as shallow as Paris Hilton. Nothing wrong with that, except that Baldur's Gate has both :)


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