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Sunday - December 02, 2007

Gods - LoI - Review @ Gaming Excellence

by Dhruin, 07:36

It's been quite a while since we've seen a GODS review but Blue's is pointing one out at Gaming Excellence.  The score is a low 5.8/10, although the text indicates the game is merely "mediocre", not "bad":

As you travel through various areas in the game, you’ll be treated to the first-person view (reminiscent of the Might and Magic series), as Vivien, while the party members acquired through travel are displayed across the bottom. From this interface, you can manage your inventory, check your stats (and raise them, if you’ve levelled up), and use alchemical recipes, a simple but innovative system that can be used with a variety of ingredients, fuel, and mana to create a variety of potions and other results. Travelling is easy enough, and looks decent, if not a little bland. There is also very limited interactivity to the game, as you can not actually enter buildings, so shopkeepers just stand outside, waiting for you to speak to them.

Source: Bluesnews

Friday - August 31, 2007

Gods - LoI - SE Coming to GameTap on Sept 20th!

by Txa1265, 19:54

Check it out here:

The world of Bellarion has been ravaged by war -- not war between mortals, but between gods! After 1000 years, the stalemate was broken by the god of Darkness, Mortagorn, whose priests now wield a power against which no magic, mortal or divine, can protect. You take the role of Vivien, avatar of the god of fire Arswaargh, as you search for a countermeasure against Mortagorn’s dark power.

You have to be a paying member to play this, but given the amazing amount of stuff coming to the service it is getting more compelling every week! 

Thursday - August 02, 2007

Gods - LoI - Review @ Out of Eight

by Txa1265, 19:14

The latest review of the 'Special Edition' of Gods: Lands of Infinity is from Out of Eight, giving it 5/8 which equates to "Buy it if you really like the genre".  This is much more positive than the GameSpot review but still calls the game "decidedly average".

The battles in the game are turn-based, much like the Final Fantasy series. Each turn, you can choose an attack, spell, item from your inventory, a formation change, or defend an attack. Complicating the process is the use of action points that prevents you from attacking every turn and requires you to defend (usually resulting in just as much damage) every couple of turns. The AI doesn’t seem to play by the same rules, as I rarely noticed them defending on any turn. The enemies you will encounter have a very basic AI that usually consists of attacking and the occasional spell. The combat is not very exciting and it lasts a really long time; the enemies are very powerful when you start a new game and you’ll need a constant supply of health potions just to survive against even the most basic foe.

Wednesday - August 01, 2007

Gods - LoI - Review @ GameSpot

by Dhruin, 05:55

Slamming the story as "ridiculous", GameSpot has reviewed Gods: Lands of Infinity and awarded a score of 4/10:

Role-playing games don't come much cheaper or generic than Gods: Lands of Infinity. This by-the-numbers RPG isn't so much awful as it is afflicted by a total lack of innovation by the developers at Cypron Studios and bargain basement production values. With that said, this is still a relatively competent take on the genre that you might enjoy, depending on your tolerance for tedium, as well as some of the goofiest voice acting and dialogue ever committed to an RPG.

Monday - July 23, 2007

Gods - LoI - SE Demo Released

by Dhruin, 23:25

Cypron Studios has released a demo of the new Gods: LoI Special Edition that allows you to "play with Kyla Cole".  If you are interested in a look, head to the site or use this direct link to the 412Mb file.

Friday - July 20, 2007

Gods - LoI - SE version released by Strategy First

by Dhruin, 13:25

Strategy First has released the Special Edition of Cypron's Gods: Lands of Infinity, which offers improved graphics, skills and alchemy.  Both a boxed version and a digital download are on offer. 

Thanks, coaster! 

Wednesday - May 30, 2007

Gods - LoI - NA Publisher Revealed

by Dhruin, 22:24

GODS has been available online through TGN for quite a while but Cypron today revealed they have a publisher for North American retail:

Ladies and gentlemen, Cypron Studios is honored to announce that we have found US publisher for our long expected title GODS:Lands of Infinity SE. Our partner in this exciting venture is no one else but renown worldwide developer and publisher Strategy First - the first among strategy based game distributors and developers founded "by fans for fans" in 1990 with headquarters in Montreal, Canada and London, England. Share with us undying passion for strategy gaming as well as lasting partnership against the odds so unique in today’s business world.

I'm not sure SF is really renowned for the right things but good luck to them.

Thursday - April 26, 2007

Gods - LoI - SE Preorders

by Dhruin, 22:48

From the Gods: Lands of Inifinity site -

Gods: LoI Special Edition is now available to pre-order through Stardock’s TotalGamingNet. We will inform you about retail distribution soon. All existing owners who purchased original gods from Stardock, will be emailed with a special link where they can purchase Special Edition for the discounted price.

Tuesday - February 20, 2007

Gods - LoI - Price Drop

by Dhruin, 22:40

We don't normally cover stuff like price changes but the long weekend has left things pretty quiet and we like to support indie projects.  With the upcoming release of the Gods: Lands of Infinity Special Edition, Cypron has dropped the price of the current TotalGaming.net digital download version to $19.99.

Wednesday - January 31, 2007

Gods - LoI - Music from SE released

by Garrett, 21:05

Cypron Studios has released an mp3 of the new Gods SE soundtrack called Song for Vivien.

Monday - January 15, 2007

Gods - LoI - Special Edition Completed

by Dhruin, 20:39

Cypron Studios has an announcement on their site that the Special Edition of Gods: Lands of Infinity has been completed:

GODS LoI SE has finally been completed. Many players have been curious about the changes between the original version and the special edition. We spent quite a time in attempt to add as many new features as possible. The outcome was a game dressed in a completely new, more attractive fashion boosted with various bonus stuff. We bet you wouldn't tell it's the same game by the look at some of the new screenshots!

  • Starring Kyla Cole as a Lead Heroine
  • Powered by the Latest Build (All Patches Included)
  • Polished Graphics with More Detailed Enviroment
  • Brand New Main Menu and Graphic User Interface
  • Smoother Animation
  • Expanded Alchemy
  • Brand New Game Soundtrack and Gods OST CD
  • Boosted Sound Effects
  • Bonus Weapons and Armours
  • Gods Kyla Cole 2007 Calendar

Monday - January 08, 2007

Gods - LoI - Review @ HookedGamers

by Txa1265, 17:40

HookedGamers has a positive review of Gods: LoI. The final score is 8.0,  and here is a snippit:

While replayability rarely scores very high with me I find Gods: Lands of Infinity scores well in this area. After finishing the game I felt compelled to go back and see what choices other than my original ones would cause, as there were quite a few different choices you could make. Gods: Lands of Infinity is a highly enjoyable game that defies the 'tiredness' that we see so often in other Role Playing Games. If you are looking for something different, this game is for you.


Source: Bluesnews

Friday - December 29, 2006

Gods - LoI - New Kyla Cole Wallpaper @ Official Site

by Dhruin, 22:46

The GODS: Lands of Infinity site is pointing out a new Kyla Cole wallpaper as a New Year's gift.

Thursday - December 14, 2006

Gods - LoI - Updated v1.40 Demo

by Dhruin, 10:42

Cypron Studios has released an updated v1.40 demo for GODS: Lands of Infinity:

Due to issues with the "February 2006" demo (as reported by our players), we have now posted up the latest demo version "August 2006". We used the patches from version 1.40, built in August 2006. If you noticed issues with demo from February 2006, please feel free to download the latest version HERE.

You can also grab it from Worthplaying (340Mb).

Source: Worthplaying

Saturday - December 09, 2006

Gods - LoI - Kyla Cole Special Edition Features

by Garrett, 12:07

Cypron Studios answered our question whether the SE will be available an update for the regular version of Gods:

...Special Edition of Gods will be new version of Gods with Kyla Cole as main hero.

The special edition will contain Kyla as main hero and lot of improvements players asked for:

  • debbuged version with no bugs (or just a minimum ;)
  • new improved animations
  • better graphic
  • brand new soundtrack
  • improved sound effects
  • we would like to improve the alchemy too
  • the retail version will probably contain Kyla Cole calendar (like wallpapers we have just released) for 2007 and Gods OST (original soundtrack CD)

There are still many countries (US, UK, France...) where Gods:LoI hasn't been released yet so we want to attract publishers/players with new, improved GODS:LOI SPECIAL VERSION. And, this game will not contain any sexual content! We are going to release an official PRESS about GODS LOI SE features soon.

Wednesday - December 06, 2006

Gods - LoI - Kyla Cole Wallpapers @ Official Site

by Dhruin, 22:27

The Gods: Lands of Infinity site has released some wallpapers featuring their new model:

We are proud to reveal you the first desktop wallpapers with GODS: LoI SE theme featuring our new face for Vivien. Now she is more real and more beautiful than any heroine we’ve ever created! Enjoy her and decorate your desktop with one of the three wallpapers which you can find in the gallery.

Monday - November 20, 2006

Gods - LoI - Special Edition with Kyla Cole announced

by Garrett, 21:22

We just received this press release from Cypron studios announcing a special edition of Gods:

Kyla Cole in GODS !

Cypron Studios signed an exclusive contract with Kyla Cole to become an official face for Gods game. Cypron studios is going to release a special version of the game called GODS:Lands of Infinity SE with Kyla Cole as a main heroine - Vivien. Are you interested in real heroine in RPG fantasy game? Stay tuned, GODS:LOI SE with Kyla is coming soon!

About Kyla Cole

Kyla is a Slovak erotic and glamour supermodel born in Presov, Slovakia. She started career in 1999. She was the first Slovakian Pet of the Month in U.S. Penthouse in March 2000, Countless Cover, pictorial girl of many Man’s magazines. Former host of TV show Laskanie in Slovak TV Markiza. Actress in action movie from Philippines "Rumble boys".

Kyla participated on charity work for orphanage in Sarisske Michalany, Slovakia.

What people say about Kyla?

Hugh Hefner - "Amazing natural beauty" June 2000 FHM - "200 covers in 7 years, number 1 adult entertainer" February 2006 MAXIM - "2006 biggest internet sensation, set to become the biggest cover star you ever known" June 2006

Kyla is working on her official site which is under development and will be launched soon.

The press release including a picture of Kyla can be found here.

Wednesday - August 23, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - Wrap Report @ RPG Vault

by Dhruin, 22:32
Team members from Cypron Studios have penned a Gods: Lands of Infinity Wrap Report for RPG Vault. Here's Martin Sabo-Balog on their high-level goals:
When we first decided to create Gods: Lands of Infinity, we wanted to make a brand new kind of a fantasy game - something wondrous, adventurous, entertaining, exciting - something that you would remember. The first and the most important aspect of any game concept is entertainment, and the feel of an adventure. We wanted to avoid knotty game calculations, lots of tables, statistics, and long, boring dialogues as we assumed that if a player wants to play, he doesn't want to read a 600-page book. We allow the player to walk in a fanciful environment, to fight monsters, to wield mighty weapons and amazing spells, to meet interesting fantasy characters and share their destinies. The final effect we got from our "alchemy room" is a smooth, catchy and original game that combines various features from other RPGs and tries to avoid their negative experiences. We wanted to forge an adventure!

Thursday - August 10, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - Review @ The Armchair Empire

by Dhruin, 22:30
The Armchair Empire has kicked up a <a href="http://www.armchairempire.com/Reviews/PC%20Games/gods-lands-infinity.htm" target="_blank">review</a> of Cypron's Gods: Lands of Infinity. Another site to use the ubiquitous Oblivion comparison, the score is 6.5/10:<blockquote><em>I promised myself, in writing this review of Cypron Studios new 3D RPG a SGods: Lands of Infinity,a ? that I would try to do so without mentioning Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. (Oh damn. I just did.) Okay, yes, ita "!s unfair to compare a release by a small, independent Slovakian developer with a major North American title in an established series. However, ita "!s hard not to make the comparison and to keenly feel the differences. While appealing and distinctive in some ways, Gods most often feels like a less substantial, less deep and less fun version of Bethesda a "!s blockbuster.</em></blockquote>

Tuesday - August 08, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity Review @ Just Press Play

by Kalia, 22:55
<a href="http://www.justpressplay.net/games/reviews/pc/207-Gods_Lands_of_Infinity.html" target="_blank">Just Press Play</a> has posted the latest review of Gods: Lands of Infinity. Scoring it a respectable 8.33/10.00, the reviewer said: <blockquote><em>Despite a couple gripes that I had with the trade, fighting, and so forth, they were not large enough for me to not enjoy the game, and I did enjoy it. It has a wonderful storyline and great music. The combat system is innovative and really makes you think of what combination of characters should be in battle together. Ita "!s well planned and though not fully realized, does a great job of pulling you into the world of Bellarion and makes you want to find that ultimate weapon. Be forewarned though this is a download so if you have a slow internet connection it will take a very long time to get this game. </em></blockquote>

Source: Blue's News

Wednesday - August 02, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - Czech & Slovak Patch

by Dhruin, 22:21
The Gods: Lands of Infinity site has a patch for the Czech and Slovak versions, bringing them up to v1.40.

Thursday - July 27, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - v1.40 Patch @ Worthplaying

by Dhruin, 01:19
A v1.40 patch for German, Russian and Polish editions of Gods: Lands of Infinity is available at Worthplaying.

Wednesday - July 26, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - Review @ GameZone

by Dhruin, 01:10
Cypron's Gods: Lands of Infinity has been <a href="http://pc.gamezone.com/gzreviews/r30275.htm" target="_blank">reviewed</a> at GameZone, resulting in the rather strong score of 8.1/10, despite some odd comparisons:<blockquote><em>At first, the game was somewhat reminiscent of Morrowind. You have an avatar that NPCs react to, that navigates throughout the realm, deals with merchants, get side quests to act as diversions (and to make the leveling-up grind palatable) and seek clues to the locations of the lost gods. Of course, you cana "!t just rush into the area where one might be. You are young and powerless, and should you die, game over. You can reload the game at the last save point, but the lesson there is save often.</em></blockquote>

Thursday - July 20, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity Review @ Strategy Informer

by Kalia, 16:41
Gods: Lands of Infinity is the subject of a review at <a href="http://www.strategyinformer.com/pc/godslandsofinfinity/review.html">Strategy Informer</a>. Scoring a paltry 4.2/10.00, the reviewer said: <blockquote>So with the graphics barely any good and the sound being under par, it all comes down to game play now. Now there are some old, some new and plenty of annoying aspects for this RPG. The movement controls are simplistic, it basically comes down to the mouse really, though you can move your character with the usual a, s, w, d keys, I found the mouse to be easier, left click the ground and youa "!ll move. Makes moving long distances slightly tolerable, click & move, wait, click & move, waita and so forth. Right-click and hold gives you control of the camera angle allowing you to find the best view point. Though this is a limited viewpoint due to the fact that you are unable to move around the game world in 3rd person view, which for some may be more of an annoyance. There are few limitations on where you can go, excluding the usual inability to climb mountains and the addition of the inability to traverse water unless it is as shallow as a puddle, additionally; clipping is an issuea see that tree root? Think you can just walk over it? Dona "!t be fooled, if you think youa "!ll be able to walk over something, ita "!s probably faster to walk the long way round.</blockquote>

Source: Blue's News

Tuesday - July 18, 2006

RPGDot Feature: Gods: Lands of Infinity - A Review

by Dhruin, 07:48
Corwin takes a look a Cypron Studios' Gods: Lands of Infinity, which was recently released as a digital download via TotalGaming. Here's a sample:
Continuing this theme of horses for courses, the game is very linear. There is no wide open world to explore such as you find in Oblivion - rather there are a series of 'maps' which continue to be revealed as you progress through the storyline. Fortunately, these maps are all linked on the 'ingame' world map, so travel between them, once they are opened to you, is quick and simple. Just find a signpost, click on it and the world map opens. Click where you wish to go and basically you're there. The game even autosaves every time you enter a different map. Actually, the demo is the most non-linear part of the game. Some of the early quests are very much of the Fed-ex type, but these are soon replaced by more and more strategic combat and this is where the game really shines for me.
Head here to read it all.

Monday - July 10, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - German v1.39 Patch @ Worthplaying

by Dhruin, 07:34
Worthplaying let us know about a German v1.39 patch to catch the German version up with the recent English release.

Friday - July 07, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - German Review @ GBase

by Dhruin, 23:05
Swiss site GBase let us know they have a German review of the freshly-released-in-English GODS: Lands of Infinity, with a score of 7/10.

Thursday - July 06, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity Released

by Dhruin, 22:07
Cypron Studios has announced the expected release of <a href="http://www.gods-game.com/" target="_blank">Gods: Lands of Infinity</a> via <a href="http://totalgaming.stardock.com/games/?id=gli" target="_blank">TotalGaming.Net's</a> digital distribution system:<blockquote><em>Stardocka "!s TotalGamingNet and Cypron Studios are proud to announce that today (6th of July) the English version of Gods: Lands of Infinity was released for digital distribution. We would also like to take a moment to thank you all for your understanding, and your patience!</em></blockquote>If you haven't used TGN, it's worth noting the system is pain-free and has no annoying DRM.

Wednesday - July 05, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - Review @ Four Fat Chicks

by Dhruin, 22:32
Four Fat Chicks jumps the release of GODS: Lands of Infinity just a little to bring a short <a href="http://www.fourfatchicks.com/Reviews/Gods_LOI/Gods.shtml" target="_blank">review</a>. There's no score as usual for this site other than a "thumbs up", so here's the conclusion:<blockquote><em>Tough but very miserly opponents, coupled with having to spend so much time in "FedEx" mode just to make a profit from trade, are my only real complaints with this game. I did mention that Cypron Studios is a Slovakian developer, and it can be obvious in some of the game's scripting. This is less apparent in the game's dialogue, but it is noticeable (not that it detracts from this game at alla  or at least not for me). I may have missed a minor gripe or two beyond thisa  it is rather hard for me to constantly look for problems when I'm having fun. And I did have fun playing Gods: Lands of Infinitya  no question about that at all.</em></blockquote>

Friday - June 30, 2006

Gods digital release announced

by Garrett, 10:48
Cypron Studios just announced the release date for the digital version of Gods. It is july 6th and it will be available via TGN.

Tuesday - June 27, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity goes Gold

by Dhruin, 22:43
Cypron Studios has finally announced a hard release date for the English version of GODS: Lands of Infinity, revealing the gold master has been delivered to TotalGaming and the game will be available for digital download on July 5th:
Hi All!

Cypron Studios has just provided Stardock with Gods Master. They need to test it and here is the official release date for English version distributed digitaly by Total Gaming Net:

*** July 5th 2006 ***

Thank you all for your patience!!!

cypron studios
Preorders for the download can be placed with TotalGaming here.

Gods: Lands of Infinity - German Review @ WithinGames

by Dhruin, 02:47
WithinGames sent us a note about their review of Cypron's GODS: Lands of Infinity, which according to their forums should now be available for English players around the 27th.

Unlike a recent review we linked that scored 60% with comments on the technology, WithinGames writes "the categories that count in an rpg (like storyline, tactical combat, character development and diversification) are convincing in Gods (and in a few ways a lot more than in games like Oblivion)", resulting in a score of 4/5.

Monday - June 19, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - German Review @ GameCaptain

by Dhruin, 22:40
German site GameCaptain has a review of Cypron's 'GODS: Lands of Infinity', which is due to be released to English audiences any day now through TotalGaming.net.

The score is a disappointing 67%, although the text seems to compare briefly against Oblivion saying the gameplay holds up but the technology doesn't - and hopefully some of the fixes being applied to the English version will be of help.

Saturday - June 10, 2006

Gods: Lands of Infinity - German v1.37 Patch @ Worthplaying

by Dhruin, 07:57
Thanks to Worthplaying for letting us know about a German patch for Cypron Studios' GODS: Lands of Infinity. Head over for the 26Mb file and the patch notes.

Information about

Gods: Lands of Infinity

Developer: Cypron Studios

SP/MP: Single-player
Setting: Fantasy
Genre: RPG
Combat: Unknown
Play-time: Unknown
Voice-acting: Unknown

Regions & platforms
North America
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· Platform: PC
· Released at 2006-07-05
· Publisher: Unknown