The Greater Good - Review @ TechRaptor
TechRaptor has reviewed the turn-based indie RPG The Greater Good:
This time I tried out The Greater Good, a game I’ve had an eye on for a while. It seems like the greatest good is the good I got from The Greater Good.
You play as Flint, a soldier in an army trying to remove magic from the world. When the king of said army summons a demon that outs Flint as a magic user, he’s promptly shot and throw into a river. Found by a resistance force, Flint joins up and makes it his goal to right his wrongs and help stop the king. While this is a simple setup, there’s more to Flint’s story than meets the eyes. Fans of classic jRPGs should find plenty to like in this tale.
So if you need a new, indie, look on turn-based RPGs right now, then I highly suggest giving The Greater Good a shot. It’s fun to play, the story is interesting, and the world is lovely to look at. On top of everything, it easily contains one of the best soundtracks I’ve heard recently. It seems like I’ve totally reignited my joy for the genre.
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